When times are difficult, our common human response is not to show a reckless disregard for others but to show compassion. Teaching kids compassion during this pandemic is an opportunity for them to deepen their sense of care. Read Greater Good Magazine.
Accepting people where or who they are, rather than where or who we want them to be, leads to better personal and professional relationships. Read A Conscious Rethink.
- Here are some ways to get involved with simple random acts of kindness during the pandemic - Mental Health Foundation UK
- Acts of kindness are collected in these tales of helping one another during the pandemic - The New York Times
- A simple and effective way to bolster our own emotional health is to help others. Here is a collection of stories about acts of kindness during the pandemic - The New York Times
When someone expresses their vulnerability, a necessary response of curiosity leads us to empathy, humility, and compassion. Read the Harvard Business Review.