1. Say A Kind Word

The quickest, simplest and easiest way to demonstrate gratitude is to say thanks to another. If you don’t have a specific item to express thanks for, saying a few kind words is just as effective.

2. Be Appreciative

Tell your loved ones something specific you appreciate about them.

3. Listen Intently

I know I’m guilty of sometimes thinking so hard about what I’m about to say next that I fail to grasp the essence of what another person is saying. That’s a common behavior that can be corrected, although it takes effort and practice.

4.  Leave Sticky Notes

Drop an encouraging sticky note in a semi-hidden place for a loved o ne. If you like to live on the wild side you can cover a small wall with encouraging and kind sticky notes for a friend or family member.

5.  Be There For Someone Who Is Hurting

Everyone needs a supportive friend or a shoulder to cry on once in a while. Allowing them to vent about their bad day or cry over losing a loved one can be a blessing to someone who needs it.

 

 

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