Health Benefits of Being Kind and How to Start Your Journeyvalid until: 17 Aug 2018date published: 17 Aug 2017
We all intuitively know that being kind is a good thing. Holding the door for someone, helping someone with their items, or tipping the barista, they're all acts that make us feel a bit warm and fuzzy while doing them. Well some people believe the effects of being kind can have a greater impact than just the moment they're happening. According to Dan Harris of ABC News there are 6 ways being nice can boost your health.
1. It Feels Good
2. You'll Have a Longer Life
3. More Money
4. Compassion Meditation Increases Your Desire to Act Kind
5. It Helps Release Stress
6. Quiet Your Internal Dialogue
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