The Power of gratitude

Post, Stephen
November 2007
Guideposts;Nov2007, Vol. 62 Issue 9, p78
This article focuses on a research conducted by the Institute for Research on Unlimited Love (IRUL), dedicated to testing and measuring the effects of love and other positive caring emotions in human life. The research have shown that love-related qualities--like gratitude--actually make people physically healthier.


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