Raising Boys and Girls Podcast: S4, E11 How to Help Kids Practice Gratitude

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The Raising Boys and Girls podcast is back for Season 4 with topics and guests that will inspire you along your journey of raising kids in today’s world. Join Sissy Goff, David Thomas, and Melissa Trevathan this week as they talk about how to practice gratitude with your kids!

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Forbes Study on Gratitude

  • Gratitude creates opportunities for more relationships.
  • Gratitude increases physical health.
  • Gratitude strengthens psychological health.
  • Gratitude helps develop empathy, diminishes aggression.
  • Gratitude helps better sleep habits.
  • Gratitude boosts self-confidence.
  • Gratitude grows psychological strength.

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Gratitude is a practice. It’s something that can be developed.

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Kids that don’t bend toward gratitude can practice and get better at it.

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Intentional Practices: Gratitude

  1. Have conversations around gratitude at the dinner table.
  2. Create a gratitude photo album.
  3. Slow down and move from worry to wonder.

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To be grateful is to recognize the love of God in everything He’s given us. And He has given us everything. Thomas Merton

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We can’t have wonder if we’re moving too fast.