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Promoting kindness and empathy in society.
Jennifer Lea Reynolds
What does it mean when your story—especially if it involves a critical moment for you, such as an exciting promotion or a frightening car accident—is met with an eye roll?
You have empathy and care about other people's feelings. Could you be an empath?
Third-grade antics and absurd meme-shares are far from the best response toward someone who gets our goat.
Being kinder to yourself can help you eat healthier. Here, experts share tips to keep you on track.
That dry, unseasoned meatloaf really isn't the best dinner you ever ate, but should you say otherwise? Experts weigh in on white lies. There's more to it than you may think.
If your child is facing addiction, it's a time for more empathy, not accusatory or judgmental dialogue. Here, experts provide six helpful tips.
Encounters of the unkind? Here's why not everyone is receptive to the kind gestures you offer, plus tips on how to respond when your caring actions are mistaken for rudeness.
Had enough of people suggesting that your kindness is synonymous with weakness? Here's how to deal with the less empathetic people in your life.
Jennifer Lea Reynolds is a journalist and the founder of The Kindness Couture, devoted to promoting the “kind” in humankind.