#133 BITESIZE | Why Kindness Is Contagious and How to Make It Spread | David Hamilton
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Every act of kindness is significant and has more impact than you can imagine.

Feel Better Live More Bitesize is my new weekly podcast for your mind, body and heart. Each week I’ll be featuring inspirational stories and practical tips from some of my best former guests. This week’s guest is pharmacist-turned-author Dr David Hamilton.

David explains why kindness is contagious and how just one small act of kindness is proven to have a ripple effect that reaches over 100 more people.

When you’re kind to someone, it’s not just that person who benefits. Kindness makes you happier. It’s good for your heart and helps support your immune system. It slows ageing and it also improves relationships. He explains why your kindness matters and how you can take up the 7 Day Kindness Challenge. Kindness is important now more than ever – let’s help it spread.

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