CM1C students celebrated World THANK YOU day by sending a word to their families.
Say thank you, for yourself, for others, for fun
The tradition of saying words of thanks appeared in the language a long time ago, and this mark of gratitude has served to mark all the attention given to us and to others.
Psychologists believe that words of gratitude bring people in harmony and promote positive relationships. Expressing gratitude to people improves physical health and creates a positive emotional state that helps cope with stress.
In these troubled times when everyone has a tendency to walk looking at the tips of their shoes, hidden behind their masks, and wary of the potential contaminator, this can come in handy.
THANK YOU for taking the time to read this information.