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How do you express gratitude for the people, things, and experiences you've had in life?

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ipdg77 Level 8 Mar 30, 2018
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I think telling people directly how their act helped me or improved my life. Being really open and honest is vital.

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Acknowledge them as they happen. Thank people. Share experiences.

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I demonstrate my gratitude with appreciative gestures and genuine words if thanks.

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I make sure the people who've given me something to be grateful for know that I am grateful by thanking them directly. As far as things and experiences, I feel an inner gratitude is sufficient to appease any anxiety I might have towards not being grateful for being fortunate.

SamL Level 7 Mar 28, 2018
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I express that gratitude directly whenever possible, in proportion to the benefit, if that makes sense.

IAMGROOT Level 7 Mar 28, 2018
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By saying thank you or a hug or maybe a present or all three

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Not enough I suppose

Rudy1962 Level 9 Mar 28, 2018
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I try with actions after a "thanks". Eg a small box of desk flowers, or lunch outs, etc.

Most of my thanks are followed by, even at the least, a round of drinks on me next time we're at a pub - regardless of time elapsed.

SamKerry Level 7 Mar 28, 2018
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