Being kind to others is good for your overall health.
Results of systematic review and meta-analysis of experimental kindness suggests that performing acts of kindness improves the well-being of the individual
(Curry et al., 2018)
Serving has a positive chemical reaction in your body.
Helping others produces a "do-good"hormone called oxytocin in the body. Other research has shown that volunteering weekly can increase happiness by 16%. Additionally, serving others can reduce mortality by over 44%.
(ABC, 2011; Johnson, 2011)
When you G.I.V.E.H.O.P.E., using the Power of Your Story and serving others in a way that resonates with you allows you to experience the most benefits.
Studies have shown that embedding your passions and interests when helping others produces the most personal satisfaction and meaningfulness.
(Allan, Duffy, & Collisson, 2018)
When you G.I.V.E.H.O.P.E. to others, you feel more hopeful yourself.
Being hopeful has seen to have positive outcomes on your personal health.
High hope individual perceive less stress and more positive moods
(Gustafsson et al., 2013).
(World Health Organisation, 2014)
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