Kindness


Science Says 'Random Acts of Kindness' Week Has Astonishing Health Benefits

Science Says 'Random Acts of Kindness' Week Has Astonishing Health Benefits

by Scott Mautz (Inc.com): February 12th marks the beginning of Random Acts of Kindness week -- so get in on the acts.

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The Health Benefits of a Random Act of Kindness

The Health Benefits of a Random Act of Kindness

by Sandee LaMotte (CNN.com): Research says that spreading kindness not only helps others feel better about themselves - it can also boost the giver's health and happiness.

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Kindness and Improving Self-Esteem

Kindness and Improving Self-Esteem

By Fay Agathaangelou (Healthyplace.com) Learn the seven golden rules of kindness to improve your self-esteem.

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How Sharing Kindness Can Make You Healthier & Happier

How Sharing Kindness Can Make You Healthier & Happier

By Mayo Clinic Staff (Mayoclinic.org): Can simply sharing kindness on a regular basis help your health? Research says yes, in more ways than you might guess.

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5 Reasons Kindness Helps You Achieve Your Goals

5 Reasons Kindness Helps You Achieve Your Goals

By Kind Soul Studio (Medium.com): It may seem important to push or challenge yourself each day to accomplish your goals. But being kind to yourself may be the crucial factor in pursuing the life you want. Here are five reasons why.

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How to Be Kind When Confronted with Cruelty

How to Be Kind When Confronted with Cruelty

By Sharon Salzberg (Mindful.org): Kindness is a force of imagination—a whole-hearted, courageous, genuine awareness that we are all connected. Learn six ways to increase the force of kindness in your life and how to be kind when confronted with cruelty.

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The Power of Kindness (and how you can benefit from being nice)

The Power of Kindness (and how you can benefit from being nice)

By Calvin Holbrook (Happiness.com): From boosting your mood to lowering stress, the power of kindness is proven. In fact, science shows the benefits of kindness are greater for the giver than the receiver.

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