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"Expressing Gratitude"


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The impact of gratitude is marginally trivialized, because gratitude is as medicine is to the heart. Gratitude lifts the heart from set backs that seek to weight it and brings a glow from the positive stream of gratitude expressed in words or actions.
There many ways by which gratitude can be communicated; a simple nod, a smile, a kind and thankful word, cards, videos, flowers, podiums and poems.

Do you practice expressing gratitude?
If no, why not?
If yes, how do you usually express gratitude?



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I do! All the time! :)

I display it in many ways; whether it be in a text / email, a card, a hug, a phone call, a gift, etc.


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A great deal of expressing gratitude is hand shake for me. It is said that you can judge a person interest level when you give them a handshake. A firm grip is good, not too tight or they will think you're a jerk and not to loose or they will think your a jerk.
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