And if you want a super charge, it you can kind of combine gratitude with some of the other things. We've just been talking about things like social connection and doing nice things for others, you know, one of the things if I look at my own gratitude list, one of the things I'm often really grateful. For is other people, you know, my husband, the fact that my students did this nice thing for me or, you know, the fact that someone at work, you know, stepped off and like, you know, helped out so that you took something off my plate. We often experience thankfulness for the things that other people do including just existing, but we rarely Ali. Tell the other people around us that, which is kind of sad because the act of saying, you know, hey, like honey, I really appreciate what you did or I just appreciate you. Your Justice is such a gift that you're in my life. Like, you know, I feel that but I rarely Express that say to my husband, but if I were to express it to him, that is a way that I'm like. Now I'm talking to my husband, right? I'm not like scrolling Instagram anymore. We're like having a conversation but also it's a way of being nice to my husband because knowing that someone thinks you're a gift and that you've done something great like that feels really good. And so there is evidence. Suggesting that the act of expressing our gratitude to other people can be incredibly important for boosting our happiness. One study by Marty Seligman and his colleagues had people write gratitude letter. So write a letter to somebody that you really should have thanked a long time ago, but you haven't had a chance to and then show up and like, read that letter to the person like meet with them in person and read it. And what he finds is not only that the act of doing this boosts up. Happiness, for the person who writes the letter, he finds in his one study that you can see, Signatures of boosted, wellbeing for over a month after people do this gratitude visit, right? Like even like a month later, you on a survey, you're saying you're a happier person which to me feels crazy, you know, if I knew there was an intervention, I could do to like boost my well-being. That would keep me for over a month. I'd be like, yeah, sign me up. That's the power of gratitude. Gratitude in this context of really expressing it and sort of doing something nice for other people.