A little kindness goes a long way

In 2017 researchers from Oxford University, in conjunction with the U.S.-based non-profit, published data from three separate studies that all showed how random acts of kindness, both at home and in work, boosted wellbeing. One of the studies involved nearly 700 participants from 39 different countries and asked them to perform acts of kindness on family, friends, work colleagues and, even, strangers. The data from the experiment indicated that kindness improved happiness, life satisfaction levels, compassion, trust, positive regard for humanity, social connection and more. Contributed by Daniel Fryer, U.K.-based mental health and wellbeing expert and the author of…
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