• Sep 30, 2019 2:00 pm
  • 18:36 mins

Studies show that expressing gratitude improves physical health, mental health and self-esteem. Therapist and author Lauren Cook suggests that whether it’s driving your teen to school, sitting around the dinner table, or before your child falls asleep at night, taking time as a family to share five things that you are thankful for makes a world of difference in your family dynamic. She joins us to discuss how we can incorporate gratitude in our lives and in our families.