Most people in the U. S. think of Thanksgiving as the official launch of the busy holiday season. While that’s true, it’s also the unofficial start of the cold and flu season. Instead of spreading sickness, consider being a carrier of gratitude. It seems that gratitude, just like a cold, is contagious - and it’s good for your health, too!
True kindness comes from a place that is genuine. It is done to be of service to others, out of genuine care and concern. Authentic kindness carries no expectation of receiving anything in return. Tuesday, November 13, 2018, is World Kindness Day. How will you engage in acts of kindness - on this day and every day? Here are a few ideas to get started.
Have you ever shared your frustrations or recounted a stressful day with a friend, and they say, “You need to let it go.”? Most of us would admit that this is not what we want to hear. Instead, we want to wallow in it, re-live it, and have someone tell us that we are right to be upset. Yet, there is a growing body of evidence to suggest that we really do need to “let it go”.