How to Teach Children to Be Grateful

Teaching kids to be grateful is important all year long, but it’s especially valuable now as the holiday season approaches. As parents, it can be hard to remember that gratefulness has to be learned, and raising children with gratitude can be tough in today’s busy world. So watch as Dr. Katherine Rivera shares several strategies that will help your child be more grateful and bring your family closer together.

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