Tis the Season to be Grateful…Falalalalalalala For Classroom, Home Workplace and every little Place

Gratitude is defined as “the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness.” Antonio Damasio, professor of psychology and neurology at USC said, “There has not been much attention given to the emotion of gratitude, and yet it is extremely important in social behavior. Gratitude rewards generosity and maintains the cycle of healthy social behavior.” One of my biggest goals this past year was to show more gratitude for the small things that people did for me.