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Gratitude: A Bridge to Happiness

Gratitude is defined by the Encarta Dictionary as "a feeling of being thankful to somebody for doing something". It can also mean that we are grateful for anything that we receive. Research on happiness shows that when we have gratitude for life’s blessings, no matter how small, we become more positive and optimistic. We focus on what we have instead of what we don’t. Our stress is lower. The good in our lives can replace ruminating about our troubles. Try listing the things that you are grateful for each day - it will put a smile on your face!
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The Role of Television in Depression

Television can be such a big part of our battle with depression. About 60% of our survey respondents said they watched more TV when they were depressed because they couldn’t do much else, it's a form of escape or it lowers their stress.

TV has such seductive power. It can entertain us rather thoroughly while requiring very little of us. We can passively allow TV to keep our attention for hours at a stretch.   Read More »
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