An interactive journal featuring prompts and exercises that encourage readers to act, opportunities for reflection, inspirational quotes along with anecdotes from the work of 52 Lives, plus space for readers to acknowledge and record their ...
Author: Jaime Thurston
Publisher: LOM ART
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
An interactive journal featuring prompts and exercises that encourage readers to act, opportunities for reflection, inspirational quotes along with anecdotes from the work of 52 Lives, plus space for readers to acknowledge and record their thoughts.
The Kindness Journal is a guided, interactive, and revolutionary tool designed to help you develop a practice of kindness - to yourself first and then to others - so you can create a lifetime of happiness through a lifestyle of compassion.
Author: Natasha Sharma
Thinking a "certain way" just isn't enough to create lasting change. We need to take deliberate actions that are intentional, meaningful, and positive for maximum impact to our happiness and well being! The Kindness Journal is the easiest and most powerful way to do this. It will genuinely improve your life in just minutes a day. The Kindness Journal is a Guided Journal for people who don't want to stare at an empty page and pour out their thoughts. It's also focused on positive ACTION, not just thoughts. It looks simple, but each entry is carefully curated based on the science and wisdom of Positive Psychology. The Kindness Journal will harness your personal strengths, virtues, and behaviors that are proven to be effective in achieving growth and enrichment. You'll feel a difference after a single day. The Kindness Journal will make you the best and happiest version of YOU. And that makes everything else infinitely more possible.
Author: Toni Carmine SalernoPublish On: 2018-09-08
Plant the seeds of your future creations with this deluxe paperback journal.
Author: Toni Carmine Salerno
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Plant the seeds of your future creations with this deluxe paperback journal. With premium quality, cream-colored, wood-free paper and a combination of lined and unlined pages, this journal is designed to be a sacred space for all facets of your self-expression. 44 full-page color art reproductions by a popular artist are interspersed throughout the journal for additional inspiration. Deluxe paperback journal measure 7 x 91⁄4 with 220 pages.
Author: The Editors The Editors of Conari PressPublish On: 2023-01-10
In 1995, a small group of people at Conari Press came together around the idea that small gestures and simple acts can make a difference in people's lives. Thus, Random Acts of Kindness was born.
Author: The Editors The Editors of Conari Press
Publisher: Conari Press
In 1995, a small group of people at Conari Press came together around the idea that small gestures and simple acts can make a difference in people's lives. Thus, Random Acts of Kindness was born. But they had no idea how big this little idea would become. This thought-provoking journal companion to Random Acts of Kindness will give you a place to reflect on the kindness you receive and create in your everyday life. Filled with writing prompts and kindness suggestions, from improving someone's life with just one penny to ensuring all children are well fed, this journal will inspire you to both reflect and take action to make our world a kinder one. Despite the hurly-burly of our busy lives, we can all make a beneficial impact on the environment, throughout out local community, and within our own hearts. This journal will empower you to a better world, starting today!
Be inspired to make the world a kinder, happier place and find your own happiness along the way When we are kind we feel happy and this inspiring journal will help you to do just that- every page focuses on the bright spots we overlook ...
Author: Emily Coxhead
When we are kind we feel happy and this inspiring journal will help you to do just that- every page focuses on the bright spots we overlook every day and will encourage you to pass these simple joys on to others. With infectious charm and delightful illustrations, Make Someone Happywill help you to discover your true sense of happiness by brightening the world around you- - Find a good news story from this week and share it - Fill a box with treats and positive notes and send it to a good friend - Leave an encouraging note for a stranger to find - Think of the kindest thing someone has done for you - how can you return the favour? Make Someone Happyis a reminder that together we can make the world a kinder, happier place, one good deed at a time.
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Author: David Ian Jeffrey
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book explores a new way of applying clinical ethics. Empathy-based ethics is based on the patient–doctor relationship and seeks to encourage a more humane form of medical practice. The author argues that the current emphasis on the biomedical model of medicine and a detached concern form of professionalism have damaged the patient–doctor relationship. He investigates examples of the dehumanization of patients and demonstrates a contrasting view of humane care. The book presents empathy as a relational construct - it provides an in-depth analysis of the process of empathizing. It discusses an empathy-based ethics approach underpinned by clinical examples of the practical application of this new approach. It suggests how empathy-based ethics can be embedded in clinical practice, medical education and research. The book concludes by examining the challenges in implementing such an approach and looks to a future which redresses the current imbalance between biomedical and psychosocial approaches to medicine.
In a world where you can be anything, be kind. Believe there is good in the world, and -- get this -- the world changes! This inviting journal will spark you to try a little kindness, one person at a time, as a radical practice. Wise words inspire and daily prompts suggest ways to spread happiness among family, friends, co-workers, and strangers. Learn how to be compassionate to yourself too! Sturdy hardcover binding. Gorgeous full-color interior design. Journal comes with an inside back cover pocket to hold notes and mementos. A matching elastic band closure keeps it all together. Journal measures a compact 5'' wide x 7'' high -- fits easily in most bags and backpacks. 144 pages.
This Kindness Journal For Kids During the Holidays is a perfect bound journal with a glossy finish.
Author: Stacey Kind
Publisher: Infinit Girl
This Kindness Journal For Kids During the Holidays is a perfect bound journal with a glossy finish. This journal has 120 journaling ruled pages to write in. You can even date each page on the top. It makes a perfect gift for children who go to school. This journal is designed to help children reflect on their daily lives. It helps them to remind them to exercise kindness towards their friends, family, society, and teachers. It will help to manifest the habit of being kind from a very young age because the act of kindness begins within each of us. If your kid learns from the beginning how to apply kindness in his or her daily life, your kid will plant kindness in others and every small act of kindness will help to make the world a better place because kindness works in a reciprocal way. "You can accomplish by kindness, what you cannot by force. - Publilius Syrus" You can write about things like including everyone in the game activity or talking to kids at school that are not in your class, or any other acts of friendliness and kindness that happen to you throughout the day. This kindness journal will help you act kindly and it will help you get into the habit of acting with kindness. Based on your journaling you will learn that no matter how small your act of kindness is, it is never ever wasted. Start your day with kindness by journaling about your daily kindness goal. Get into the habit of writing about a weekly kindness challenge. Writing it down first will help you get encouraged and be able to: Say Sorry if it was your fault, Be Polite to others, Take Turns if it is not yours, Be a Helping Hand to smaller kids or people in need, Include Others in your activity, and Show Respect to your parents, teachers, and the elderly. You can also use it as a journal for your kids to educate them on how to use the process of writing in order to find a love for journaling using the subject of kindness. Never forget a highlight of your kindness again with this beautiful journal and start a daily journaling habit no matter what activity you are going to apply your kindness to. All that matters is that you are going to develop a skill (the act of kindness) that will help you out throughout a lifetime and during good and bad times. Journaling and especially journaling about kindness is going to help you become a better person in general because you will go through the process of self-discovery which will help you identify your good and bad personality traits and turn the good ones in ever better ones and the kind ones in even kinder ones and the bad ones in good ones. Start your kindness journaling process today and become a better and kinder You tomorrow! FEATURES: Premium Matte Finish Soft Cover Printed on Bright White Paper 8.5" x 11" Inches 120 Lined Pages for Kindness Journaling For the Holidays & Christmas
Author: Camila Devis-RozentalPublish On: 2020-11-16
The wellbeing benefits of kindness in two cultures depend on how the kindness is framed. The Journal of Positive Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1080/17439760.2019.1651894. Smyth, J. (2017). The toxic university: Zombie leadership, ...
Author: Camila Devis-Rozental
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book explores humanising practice within higher education (HE). It provides a fresh perspective by bringing together expert voices with empirical experience of humanising theory and practice in various areas of higher education, in order to influence and improve the way in which universities work. The book draws on Todres et. al’s humanisation framework, as well other relevant theories such as positive organisational scholarship, Vygotsky’s socio-cultural theory and socio-emotional intelligence. Topics include micro elements of humanisation such as transitions and the student experience, and macro elements such as the policy impact of humanising HE and sustainability. The authors demonstrate how a humanising approach can provide the catalyst for wider change and help to improve wellbeing in the community. This book offers an invaluable resource for scholars interested in teaching and learning in HE, and for HE practitioners and policy makers keen to develop a more human practice.