Despite efforts among health care professionals, schools, and workplaces to address mental health issues, anxiety and depression remain pervasive public health concerns. This issue brief discusses how emerging research suggests practicing Gratitude may be an alternative antidote to battling anxiety and depression.
mental health, gratitude, anxiety, depression
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy | Other Mental and Social Health | Psychiatric and Mental Health
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The author thanks Shannon Monnat and Alexandra Punch for their help revising earlier drafts.
Schutt, Mary Kate, "Gratitude as an Antidote to Anxiety and Depression: All the Benefits, None of the Side Effects" (2019). Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion: Population Health Research Brief Series. 103.
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