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Ashoka cultivates change by empowering people with change making skills such as, empathy. They publish a series on Medium entitled the Ashoka Changemaker Education series. They published my article, “How Can We Help Children Develop Gratitude?” It begins… It’s true. People who think about what they are grateful for do sleep better at night. Psychologists have done research on gratefulness and found that it increases people’s health, sense of well-being and their ability to get more and better sleep at night. One study from a leading researcher on gratitude at the University of California, Davis found that thankfulness can prevent a second heart attack in patients that have already gone through that trauma.A person who experiences the benefits of being grateful is a person who has developed it as a habit of thinking. Read the full article.

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