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Thanksgiving has become the holiday of gratitude. But like any time you gather people together, there are some things you might need help navigating, too.

Here is some of our top content on Thanksgiving and themes of gratitude.


How to Have a Happy Thanksgiving This Year

Tips for Talking Politics at Family Gatherings (If You Dare)

Social copy: [IG] Though holidays are supposed to be stress-free, we all know that’s not always the case. With large family gatherings often comes a clashing of opinions. Talking about politics may be inevitable at family gatherings, but heated arguments don’t have to be! If you’re ready to take the challenge of standing up for your beliefs (while thoughtfully considering others’), look no further than this read: “Tips for Talking Politics at Family Gatherings” by @GrottoNetwork.

[Twitter&FB] If Thanksgiving equals large family gatherings for you, you might be readying yourself for the inevitable clashing of political opinions. Check out these tips for talking politics via @GrottoNetwork.

Thanksgiving Day Spotify Playlist (or create your own!)

Social copy: [IG] The beauty of holidays is that we all have our own traditions that make them special. Thanksgiving is a holiday universally spent giving thanks for the gifts in our lives, but all of us have different ways of celebrating the day. Maybe you spend all day cooking in the kitchen or perhaps you spend it curled up with family watching football. No matter what your day is filled with, give thanks for it! Check out @GrottoNetwork’s Thanksgiving Spotify playlist for some music to help foster the attitude of gratitude.

[Twitter&FB] Like any holiday, Thanksgiving is spent with family and friends, celebrating traditions old and new. No matter how you spend the day, give thanks for it! Here’s some music to help foster the attitude of gratitude.

Why You Should Keep a Gratitude Journal All Year Round

Social copy: [IG] From good food to good times with family, there’s a lot to be thankful for during Thanksgiving! But before you know it, you’re back at school and jumping back to your usual routine, and that spirit of gratitude can fade away. But why should it? Thankfulness goes beyond one holiday. If you’re looking to keep the attitude of gratitude alive, here’s a great way to start: check out “Why You Should Keep a Gratitude Journal All Year Round” on @GrottoNetwork.

[Twitter&FB] Thankfulness goes beyond one holiday. A great way to keep the spirit of Thanksgiving alive throughout the year is to keep a gratitude journal all year round. Read more reasons on why you should start this practice via @GrottoNetwork.

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Gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder. —G.K. Chesterton

As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them. —John F. Kennedy

What separates privilege from entitlement is gratitude. —Brené Brown

Gratitude looks to the past and love to the present. —C.S. Lewis

To be grateful is to recognize the love of God in everything. —Thomas Merton

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