Gratitude Cloud is Back!
What are you thankful for this year? The Wellness Committee asked, you answered:
It looks like there is so much for which we are thankful!
Words with more responses appear larger in the word cloud, and words with fewer responses appear smaller.
Thanks to all who participated in the FP&M Gratitude Cloud!
Research suggests that individuals who feel grateful have lower blood pressure, improved immune functions, recover more quickly from illness, and better cope with stress.
As health psychologist Shilagh Mirgain at UWHealth states, “Expressing gratitude has one of the strongest links to mental health, more so than even optimism.”
Learn more about the FP&M Wellness Committee on Inside FP&M to access wellness resources and get involved.