If you think that thankfulness can only be served up beside a roasted turkey and a pumpkin pie, think again. It’s something that can -- and even should -- be practiced every day. And that’s not just because it makes someone else feel good: studies have shown that practicing gratitude improves your sleep, helps your heart and boosts your relationships. (Let us take this chance to tell you, we’re grateful that you’re reading!)
We partnered with American Greetings to ask regular New Yorkers (and a few tourists) to write down the one person they were most thankful for. The answers sometimes were surprising, but always heartwarming. Want to make yourself (and someone else) feel good? Let us who you’re thankful for (and why) ...
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