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Kindness is equally or more beneficial for the giver as it is for the recipient. A new study from New Zealand (below) confirms that small kind acts strengthen the resilience of the giver: “contributing to society and supporting our own well-being are two sides of the same coin – by being engaged and contributing, we become more resilient.” Let’s help build our collective resilience. – Ameeta

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Editor’s Note: Kindness is equally or more beneficial for the giver as it is for the recipient. A new study from New Zealand (below) confirms that small kind acts strengthen the resilience of the giver: “contributing to society and supporting our own well-being are two sides of the same coin – by being engaged and contributing, we become more resilient.” Let’s help build our collective resilience. – Ameeta
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