Gratitude and Creativity

We often say that creative thinking makes us feel happy, but what if it’s also the other way around? What if being happy makes us more creative and better thinkers? Research by Robert Emmons and Michael McCullough validates that acts of gratitude increases productivity, produces better thinking, improves relationships and has a number of other psychological and emotional benefits. They also...
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Happiness and Creativity

In 1964, following a very stressful overseas trip, Dr. Norman Cousins, a longtime editor of the Saturday Review, a global peacemaker, and recipient of the UN Peace Medal, was diagnosed with a degenerative disease which left him with intense, unending pain. His doctors reluctantly told him that he had only one chance in 500 of recovery and that he would likely be dead in a few months. His...
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