Showing gratitude is often overlooked in our busy lives. We get caught up in our own worries and selfishness that we forget to appreciate the things we have and the people who have helped us along the way. However, taking the time to say thank you can have a profound impact on our relationships, mental health, and even our physical wellbeing. Studies have shown that practicing gratitude can reduce stress, increase happiness, and improve overall wellbeing. It also strengthens our relationships with others, promotes empathy, and inspires more kindness.