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Express gratitude – not because you will benefit from it, but others might April 2, 2020 8.32am EDT The world is currently in the midst of a pandemic where the most useful thing many of us can do. Express gratitude – not because you will benefit from it, but others might People take part in a ‘applause for care’ flash mob as part of a campaign to acknowledge the work of employees working in healthcare in Amsterdam. Olaf Kraak/ANP/AFP via Getty Images. Express gratitude to help others We are not suggesting that expressing gratitude has no value.

Rather, we argue that gratitude should not be thought of as a self-help tool to increase one’s own. Express Gratitude to Help Others We are not suggesting that expressing gratitude has no value. Rather, we argue that gratitude should not be thought of as a self-help tool to increase one’s own happiness and well-being. Instead, gratitude may be most valuable as a way of honoring and acknowledging someone else. Express Gratitude – Not Because You Will Benefit From It, But Others Might.

April 2, 2020. Tags: there are also examples of people looking for ways to express their gratitude to those on the front lines of fighting the epidemic. In many European countries, for example, people are expressing gratitude for the work of the medical staff by. Express Gratitude–Not Because You Will Benefit From It, but Others Might As psychology researchers, we have been working to study the connection between gratitude and well-being. HealthyWomen Editors.

Express gratitude – not because you will benefit from it, but others might The world is currently in the midst of a pandemic where the most useful thing many of us can do is stay at home and keep away from others. Whether you choose to take a moment to think about the blessings you are grateful for, or verbally express your gratitude to others, immersing yourself in the practice of gratitude helps you be aware of the positives in your life and encourages regular practice (Allen, S. 2018). There are many benefits to being grateful.

Gratitude is good for your psychological well-being, your relationships, and possibly even your physical health. But the truth is that some people have more grateful dispositions than others. For some of us, gratitude just doesn’t come as easy.

When you go through an incredibly painful experience and come out to the other side intact, you know that you are capable of facing just about anything. A s Thanksgiving approaches, choose to spend some quiet reflective time assessing and expressing gratitude in your own life.

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Moreover, expressing gratitude seems to intensify our already felt positive affect in response to being the recipient of a benefactor’s kind behavior (e.g., giving a gift).

“The Encyclopedia of Positive Psychology” by Shane J. Lopez
from The Encyclopedia of Positive Psychology
by Shane J. Lopez
Wiley, 2011

If the person receiving the benefit feels that it was given for ulterior or irrelevant motives, gratitude is not likely.

“Encyclopedia of Social Psychology” by Roy F. Baumeister, Kathleen D. Vohs
from Encyclopedia of Social Psychology
by Roy F. Baumeister, Kathleen D. Vohs
SAGE Publications, 2007

We can expand this benefit by returning gratitude every time someone expresses gratitude to us, but only if we truly received his or her gift first.

“Emotional Intelligence in Action: Training and Coaching Activities for Leaders, Managers, and Teams” by Marcia Hughes, James Bradford Terrell
from Emotional Intelligence in Action: Training and Coaching Activities for Leaders, Managers, and Teams
by Marcia Hughes, James Bradford Terrell
Wiley, 2011

Is gratitude more than just being grateful for a benefit provided?

“The Psychology of Gratitude” by Robert A. Emmons Michael E. McCullough, Robert A. Emmons, Michael E. McCullough, Associate Professor of Psychology and Religious Studies Michael E McCullough, PhD
from The Psychology of Gratitude
by Robert A. Emmons Michael E. McCullough, Robert A. Emmons, et. al.
Oxford University Press, USA, 2004

Gratitude feels good and we gladly accept the dependence that it requires when we can reciprocate or “pay back” the kindness.

“Thanks!: How the New Science of Gratitude Can Make You Happier” by Robert A. Emmons
from Thanks!: How the New Science of Gratitude Can Make You Happier
by Robert A. Emmons
Houghton Mifflin Company, 2007

As for gratitude, it should first be noted that the duty is not one of feeling grateful, since this may not be within the power of the person benefited (though he can try), but rather one of expressing gratitude in words or deeds or both for some favor one has received from another.

“Reason and Morality” by Alan Gewirth
from Reason and Morality
by Alan Gewirth
University of Chicago Press, 1981

Many people would agree that responding with gratitude after receiving some benefit is a moral obligation.

“Positive Psychology in Practice” by P. Alex Linley, Stephen Joseph, Martin E. P. Seligman
from Positive Psychology in Practice
by P. Alex Linley, Stephen Joseph, Martin E. P. Seligman
Wiley, 2012

Gratitude is the positive recognition of benefits received, but it is also more than that.

“Handbook of Workplace Spirituality and Organizational Performance” by Robert A Giacalone, Carole L. Jurkiewicz
from Handbook of Workplace Spirituality and Organizational Performance
by Robert A Giacalone, Carole L. Jurkiewicz
Taylor & Francis, 2010

Thus, there is a reciprocal nature of good deeds: As the act of giving thanks or acknowledgment rewards the help-givers, this gratitude then reinforces the positive action and makes people feel appreciated.

“The Handbook of Organizational Culture and Climate” by Neal M. Ashkanasy, Celeste P M Wilderom, Mark F. Peterson
from The Handbook of Organizational Culture and Climate
by Neal M. Ashkanasy, Celeste P M Wilderom, Mark F. Peterson
SAGE Publications, 2011

Gratitude is the motive that moves us to give in return and thus creates the reciprocity of service and counterservice.”

“Living in Gratitude: A Journey That Will Change Your Life” by Angeles Arrien, Marianne Williamson
from Living in Gratitude: A Journey That Will Change Your Life
by Angeles Arrien, Marianne Williamson
Sounds True, 2011

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  • Wow!!!! Am loving this. My best word amongst all the words you have given is thrilled to bits wow wow l also think this is a better way to express my happiness.lt was my plessure.

  • When I listen that beautiful music, lost myself in memories, just the time stoped, I wish to recover my mistakes in the past, find the answers of questions deeply in my heart

  • I’ve been doing this every day for the last few weeks wince I found out. It’s great! Thank you so much for Sharing it! I’ve also recommended to family and friends

  • Ohhh…Sorry…Some things like I’ll get you back…sound vindictive and not so thankful. How about…”May Blessed GOD Bless You Richly”…?

  • Esa.dulce.melodi’a,me.embriaga.de.amor!..mira.el.mar.azulado,c’omo.se.vierte.en.cristales.de.amor!
    Mira.’esa.montañas!..
    Esta’n.Arrodilladas,hablando.con.Dios!..
    Mira.el.verdor.quieto,pintando.mi.corazo’n!..
    No.suenes.ma’s,Te.lo.pido!
    Estoy.muriendo.de.amor!
    Muchas.gracias.
    Namaste’!….

  • To make people smiled for th consciousness that this period is absolutely the first in the history of the Occident where people is free to go around the world, to study, to learn respect to everyone and to every form of life, to fight the illness, the possibility to study and so on…. This and many others things are due to peace, we have to take care and and love at first place

  • Dear Precious Soul �� “Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.” Helen Keller

    Please share with us, what is your hope today?

    May this ‘peace’ of music manifest miracles and beauty in your life today.

    Infinite Love to all. ��

  • Incrível. Eu estava ouvindo outra frequência, e a reprodução automatica me levou a este video. Esava me perguntando que sensaçao calma era essa que comecei a sentir até que vim ver o título do vídeo! Funciona maravilhosamente

  • ვიცი რომ არ უნდა მიყვარდეს მე მაინც სიგიჟემდე მიყვარს ალბ ად ეს არის ალბ ად კი არა ეს არის ნამდვილი წრფელი უანგარო სიყვარული მთელი არსით რომ შეიგრძნობა მაგრამ მე მაინც მტკივა

  • ვიცი რომ არ უნდა მიყვარდეს მე მაინც მიყვარს მთელი სულით და გულით ალბათ ალბათ კი არა ნამდვილად ეს არის ჭეშმარიტი ალალი წრფელი ნამდვილი სიყვარული მე მაინც მტკივა….