Gratitude Journal

£2.75

Create healthy habits for your young people with the benefit of positive psychology.

Description

Gratitude and the Brain

When we express gratitude and receive the same, our brain releases dopamine and serotonin, the two crucial neurotransmitters responsible for our emotions, and they make us feel ‘good’. They enhance our mood immediately, making us feel happy from the inside.

Create healthy habits for your young people with the benefit of positive psychology. 8 pages of activities.

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