You know that feeling, that warm fuzzy one you get when you give someone a gift. It’s often so much more satisfying even than receiving, right?

Research shows that giving time or a gift has a positive impact on our physical and mental health and lifespan. Stephen G. Post, a professor of Preventative Medicine at Stony Brook University suggests giving is as important to maintaining health as avoiding tobacco and obesity.

Generous behaviour activates the feel good areas of the brain associated with pleasure and trust. Is that why we all love giving during EID, Christmas and Diwali?

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Ask yourself where do I need to be more giving in my life?

What THREE things can I do today in order to be more giving?

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