"Be thankful for what you have; you'll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don't have, you will never, ever have enough." -- Oprah Winfrey
People that give gratitude, show appreciation and thankfulness to a friend, family member, significant other improved their relationship. Telling another person that you appreciate them makes you and them feel better and boosts your relationship.
To begin bringing gratitude into your life, you can deliberately concentrate on all the things or people in your own life that help you or give you pleasure. You can also write a gratitude diary, posting pictures, drawings and writing about the things you feel grateful for each day. Baking cookies for neighbor for no special reason other than you care is a great way to express appreciation. Gratitude can lead to feelings of love, appreciation, and compassion, which further open our hearts and help rewire our brains to fire in more positive ways.