Writing down things we are thankful in a gratitude journal is a straightforward exercise, but it has surprising, research-backed benefits for mental and emotional health. These benefits are listed below with hyperlinks to direct you to the associated research article so you can see for yourself!
- Increased Happiness
- Decreased Stress
- Decreased Loneliness
- Decreased Depression
- Increased Satisfaction with Life
- Increased Motivation
- Improved Mood
- Greater Sensitivity to Gratitude
- Increased Emotional Regulation
- Decreased Psychological Distress
- Improved Well-Being
- Decreased Burnout
- Improved Mental Health
Gratitude journals, supported by scientific research, offer a tangible and accessible way to improve emotional and mental health. So, consider integrating a gratitude journal into your daily routine. Get started right now with our online journal by clicking here or on the image below! This journal allows for 15 free entries so you can know if it is right for you.
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