The May cover of WebMD Magazinefeatures Katherine Heigl, star of the new film, The Big Wedding. Her off-screen love? The foundation dedicated to helping homeless and abused animals that she and her mother run.
In our cover feature this issue, Taylor Swifttalks about how expressing gratitude keeps her grounded -- despite her dizzying rise to stardom over the last few years. What are you grateful for this season? And have you ever made a conscious decision to practice gratitude as a way of staying positive?
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1 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Taylor Swift's Attitude of GratitudeIn our cover feature this issue,<b><a href="http://women.webmd.com/features/taylor-swift-attitude-gratitude"> Taylor Swift</a> </b>talks about how expressing gratitude keeps her grounded -- despite her dizzying rise to stardom over the last few years. What are you grateful for this season? And have you ever made a conscious decision to practice gratitude as a way of staying positive?
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