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Great Post! it is very helpful.Thanks
Absolutely, volunteering has therapeutic effects. Many get the same type of feeling from giving to charity.
Yes, I Volunteering is really good,it helps you to get to
know the staff at were you are volunteering.It allso helps
If you in many health idiams.I have ADHD and it helps me stay in focus and others.It may help some if they would like to get a full time job.This way you will know if you can be able to work or not.
I found this aricle very interesting. I like to volunteer but didn’t realize the other potential hidden benefits of volunteering. Good post thanks!
it’s very true, I’ve found that volunteering in gardening work makes me feel so relaxed and clears my head of the stress the city gives me.
thanks Stephanie. it’s a good article.
Very interesting post. Reminds me of the old adage ‘laughter is the best medicine’. Engaging with friends, family and one’s community (through volunteering or other methods) leads to a sense of fulfillment in life which in turn seems like it decreases stress and promotes a general healthy feeling of well being.
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It’s truly supportive qualified data.
hello,absolutely i agree with you.volunteering can contribute to lower blood pressure.It’s really helpful information.
I do a lot of volunteer work and I am also a Christian. I believe in good values- a big part of which is service.
I do believe that volunteering is good for the mind. My uncle was a pharmacology professor at Harvard and I value your healthy dialog topics. Thank you very much for letting me post.
Nice Share,,very helpful to me personally,,thank’s
This is good.
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