Special BetterWorldians Radio Episode Highlights the Benefits of Gratitude

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Experts explain how gratitude improves happiness, lives

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BetterWorldians Radio today announced a special episode, The Best of Gratitude, is now streaming, just in time for the holidays. BetterWorldians Radio is a podcast that inspires listeners with the people and ideas that are making the world a better place (BetterWorldiansRadio.com).

BetterWorldians Radio has featured several experts on the importance of living a grateful life and has compiled just a few of them to share the highlights of gratitude as the United States celebrates Thanksgiving. Topics covered include the physical and mental benefits of practicing gratitude, as well as how grateful living can help make the world a better place. The experts featured in this special episode include:

  • Robert Emmons, PhD, leading scientific expert on gratitude
  • Janice Kaplan, author of The Gratitude Diaries
  • Emiliana Simon-Thomas, PhD, Greater Good Science Center
  • Kristi Nelson, A Network for Grateful Living

“What better way to step into the holidays than by taking a moment to celebrate gratitude? Listeners will enjoy hearing from some of the top experts about how they can take some time out to practice gratitude for a happier, healthier holiday season,” said BetterWorldians Radio co-host MarySue Hansell.

Listen to the episode featuring The Best of Gratitude and more at BetterWorldiansRadio.com.

About BetterWorldians Radio:
BetterWorldians Radio is an online show and podcast available at BetterWorldians.com. BetterWorldians Radio is brought to you by the 501(c)(3) BetterWorldians Foundation and is co-hosted by the family team that created the popular social game on Facebook called A Better World. BetterWorldians Radio is produced in Wayne, PA.

About A Better World:
A Better World is a social game on Facebook that encourages doing good deeds while helping to raise money and awareness for charities. Over 40 million good deeds have been done in A Better World by more than 4 million people in over 100 countries. Find out more at ABetterWorld.com.

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