Season 4,

episode 082 / The Kindness of Strangers a Tribute to 911

September 11, 2019
episode 82 / SEASON 4
September 11, 2019

The Kindness of Strangers a Tribute to 911.

 

Show Notes

Synopsis

This week the therapists dish on the kindness of strangers as they remember the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.

Within the darkness that unfolded, there were many stories of human connection, vulnerability and love. One particular story is the Gander, Newfoundland story in which a small town opened their hearts, resources  and wallets to almost 7,000 stranded passengers from around the world.

Listen  in and learn why those acts of kindness have both emotional and physical benefits for us all and what can get in the way.

Love even when it’s foolish to do so.

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Resources Mentioned in Podcasts

The tiny town behind a heartwarming 9/11 tale.
Marshall, K. (March 2019).
from
https://www.smh.com.au/world/north-america/the-tiny-town-behind-a-heartwarming-9-11-tale-20190326-p517pe.html

The kindness of strangers – the ripple effect of compassion.
Rayner, S. (May 2015).
from
https://www.psychologytoday.com/intl/blog/worry-and-panic/201505/the-kindness-strangers-the-ripple-effect-compassion

Does it pay to be kind to strangers.
Robson, D. (November 2015).
from
http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20151125-why-are-we-so-suspicious-of-being-kind

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