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In virus chaos, some find solace, purpose in helping others
by Jocelyn Noveck
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22 May 2020
On 22 May 2020 The Associated Press reported:
Many people are reaching out to help others during the pandemic, and some say it's helping them regain a sense of control in their lives. That helping others can feel good is not just an anecdotal truth but an idea backed by research, says Laurie Santos, psychology professor at Yale University and teacher of the school's most popular course to date: 'Psychology and the Good Life.'
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Blake Ross, founder of 'Kindness of Strangers' has partnered with Enlivant, which runs senior homes in 20 states, and set up an adopt-a-grandparent program. .... There are many such initiatives, from more organized ones to simple scrawled signs in apartment elevator banks, from younger residents offering to go shopping for older ones.
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