Wellness - Other | 3-12 yrs

Practising Gratitude Is Good For Your Child's Health

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Are you worried that your child is growing up to be materialistic and ungrateful? Perhaps, it is time you teach her to practise gratitude. According to research, children who feel and express gratitude are more likely to have better relationships and better physical health than other children.

Gratitude can be taught. Be a role model to instil politeness in your child.

Flip through the ClipBook to know the benefits of gratitude and its importance.

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