Gratitude-Tell Them It Matters

The Science of Happiness – Calling to Say Thank You

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Gratitude Tell them, it matters more than you think and it makes a huge difference. We rush through life as we are having these amazing experiences and wonderful people are influencing us. We rush through with a quick hug, kiss or a thank you, yet we forget to stop…. Stop and connect heart to heart.

I have done this exercise where I write a letter of gratitude to someone, read it to them and gift them the letter. It is powerful. I know the first few times I did this, it was hard to see what I was doing as my tears would flow out of me as I filled the card with words of gratitude and love. It touched my heart in such a huge way to be able to express my appreciation, my love and how I felt.

lifecoach-usa.com - gratitudeWhen gifting the other person the words, again the tears would flow. Knowing that my heart was connecting with theirs in such a deep and meaningful way was powerful. The connection of heart, gratitude  and appreciation is so huge.

I make it a point to write a card, send a text or leave a  voicemail of gratitude for those who I love in my life. Thanking them for how they have showed up, how they touch my heart and how much I appreciate them. This practice has strengthened my friendships and relationships.

So yes, gratitude, tell them it matters.

+Michelle DeBerge

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About the Author Michelle DeBerge

Michelle has over 20 years experience in coaching, leadership and motivation. She is passionate about creating a community for growth, healing and support. She has been recognized for her work both locally and nationally. She inspires audiences and clients with her down to earth stories of struggle and growth. She believes that being authentic has been the key to her success.

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