Parents working from home, kids running around, being confined to home is beginning to wear thin on us all. Sure, life has become bunkers, I am still in shock. I practice an attitude of gratitude and am so thankful for my blessings. Looking around my community I notice those who are worse off than myself. I do not have much to complain about, others have less. What about those who have always worked to support their families and may feel ashamed to ask for help. We all know of neighbors who were living at the poverty level prior to our current circumstances. In our daily routine, it is easy to forget some are worse off than we are. A good way to contribute without intruding is to send a care package. Giving is beneficial to the giver and receiver. Studies have proven giving makes you happy, improves your health, and helps social connections. During this time helping those in your community puts a little less stress on the food banks and lifts moods and promotes positive feelings. Only a few left brighten up a families outlook.
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