Family Matters: It's Cool to Be Kind
One day after working for several hours doing research in the library, I was pretty tired and my mental health meter wasn’t exactly hitting 100-you know what I mean? As I was leaving the library, young man (I don’t know his name) held the door open allowing me to exit with ease. I thanked him and left with a greatly uplifted spirit and all of a sudden, Tunica seemed like a better place to live. That got me thinking about the mental health benefits of kindness.
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