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The problem with gratitude

Some expressions of gratitude are genuine and spontaneous, but others, like the kind that many workers feel pressured to show right now, aren’t as genuine.

Additionally, this fake, forced gratitude may backfire.According to California-based psychotherapist and corporate mental health consultant Sarah Greenberg, “most of us can come up with one time when we practiced forced gratitude.

“Like when our parents tell us to “be grateful you have food!” when we are young and don’t want to eat our peas.

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