Cultivating an Attitude of Gratitude Instead of Living a Life of Complaining
Thursday, January 24, 2013 – Noon-1:00 pm – EC145
Sometimes it is hard to feel gratitude–when we are stressed, things don’t go our way, or when real tragedy hits. But studies show that when we do cultivate and live with an attitude of gratitude, we are healthier in mind, body and spirit!
Come explore ways in which you can increase your gratitude!
- Understanding Gratitude and Complaining
- What Research Tells Us
- Practices to increase Our Gratitude in Good Times and Hard Times
Presented by Sharon Kelly, a counselor, case manager and account manager at CONCERN EAP. Sharon has been in the field of social work for over 20 years. In addition to providing clinical services, she has designed and presented many workshops for Concern EAP. She received her BA from Douglass College and MSW from Fordham University.