Do It Now Gratitude Game #3: Write It and Send It
Use posts, email, or paper to write a short gratitude note to someone for whom you are grateful.
Keeping it as quick and short as you need to: Do It Now.
Gratitude increases empathy and reduces aggression.
Grateful people are more likely to be pro-social in difficult situations. When others are unkind, grateful people respond with kindness.
Those who are higher on gratitude scales are less likely to retaliate against others, even when given negative feedback.
Grateful people have more sensitivity and empathy toward others and less desire to seek revenge.
We Give Thanks to God Always for You All. (1 Thessalonians 1:2)
This is the moment: write a quick note of gratitude.