Masen Wary, a pre-K student, samples Thanksgiving goodies. Gratitude “magnifies the good things in a person’s life,” says UC Davis professor Robert 
A. Emmons.
Masen Wary, a pre-K student, samples Thanksgiving goodies. Gratitude “magnifies the good things in a person’s life,” says UC Davis professor Robert A. Emmons. Mike Staugaitis <252>The Associated Press
Masen Wary, a pre-K student, samples Thanksgiving goodies. Gratitude “magnifies the good things in a person’s life,” says UC Davis professor Robert A. Emmons. Mike Staugaitis <252>The Associated Press

The positive power of counting our blessings

November 26, 2014 04:00 PM

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