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Kindness is more about being selfless, caring, and compassionate.
It requires a lot of patience and practice to understand and feel it.
Kindness means treating others as you would like to be treated.
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It lights up the brain’s pleasure center and releases serotonin and oxytocin.
The release of the hormone oxytocin is associated with decreasing blood pressure and reducing inflammation.
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This is why kindness feels good.
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Kindness builds empathy among children.
It also makes them more resilient.
Helps in creating great leaders
Increase happiness among kids
Improve their confidence and self-esteem
Keeps the kids happier and healthier.
Kindness is also suitable for their physical growth.
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Kind people have more friends.
It helps in making the world a better place to live.
Kindness boosts mood
Kindness makes the child feel connected with others and reinforces empathy and compassion.
It improves their academic performance
Decrease stress and depression
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Begin the process by making your kids understand the exact meaning of kindness and why is it important.
Make kids realize that their one kind behavior is likely to cause a ripple effect of the kind deed, this will activate their imagination to think about a better world.
Teach your kid to say only positive things
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Let them know that positive actions helps in maintaining the long-term effects of those changes on well-being.
Teach your child about kind words and smiles.
Tell them how being respectful, talking politely, greeting people properly, and showing good manners are also important.
Be nice to your child.
Be vigilant about what your child sees, learns, writes, and reads online.
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Feeding the stay animals
Donating used toys
Spending time with elders
Help the needy people
Holding the door open for someone
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