I’ve been auditing The Science of Happiness course by The University of Berkeley on edx.org. The course is full of scientific research on how to make ourselves and others happier in life. If you think you can dedicate at least half an hour of your time to learn more about the real science of happiness, please give a chance to the above-mentioned course. Auditing the course is completely free. But if you want, you can also choose to pay to receive a formal certification at the end of the course.
Yesterday I had the time to study the subject of kindness towards others. The course mentions several types of research done on the subject. I would like to share the research I liked the most below. This study has been conducted by Kevin Kniffin and David Sloan Wilson. You can access the full article “Is Kindness Physically Attractive?” by clicking on the link.
There you go! A non-surgical method to improve our attractiveness 🙂 Like most things, kindness requires practice as well. Why not try and do five acts of kindness to five people every day? Why shouldn’t you? It is a win-win activity for everyone involved. If you’d like to find out more about ideas of kindness and its benefits, take a look at the article Can Random Acts of Kindness Increase Well-Being?
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