Being kind is an interpersonal skill that strengthens your relationships and sense of satisfaction with life.
"Bev being kind, friendly, generous, and considerate in our sessions, demonstrated the powerful impact of courage and strength." This is how S. experienced our work together.
Science has shown that devoting resources to others, rather than having more and more for yourself, brings about lasting well-being.
A sense of community is created when people are kind to those who need help. A kind word, a smile, opening a door, or helping carry a heavy parcel can all be acts of kindness.
Kindness is a willingness to whole-heartedly celebrate someone else's successes. It's about being genuinely happy for the others.
Kindness is also about telling the truth in a gentle way when doing so is helpful to the other person. The courage to give and receive truthful feedback is a key component of growth,flexible thinking and a trusted relationship.
Kindness includes being kind to yourself. Do you treat yourself kindly? Do you speak gently and kindly to yourself and take good care of yourself?
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Here is what S. had to say about our work together. "Bev is amazingly non-judgemental.I grew so much just being able to share whatever was on my heart and mind. She has amazing insight and is an incredible support. Her positivity is contagious. And she always saw the good in what I did."