You know those moments when it feels like you have a smile on your heart and you feel all warm and fuzzy inside? The story/video for this week’s Feel Good Friday gave me exactly that feeling, and continues to each time that I watch it.
We’ve been mentioning the last little while, and I’m sure many of you can personally relate, that the holidays aren’t always filled with cheer and joy.
James and Cindy Dutton, of London, England, are incredibly thankful for a stranger on Twitter who helped them complete the Christmas list written by their 19 year old son (who has a learning disability and severe autism).
There was some great news in Australia this week as a majority of its citizens voted in favour of same-sex marriage and marriage equality.
In the spirit of Halloween being earlier this week, we came across this two-minute video with a subtle but p
Holidays aren’t always easy, for numerous reasons.
The idea of Feel Good Fridays started because we believe the simple things that bring a smile to our face are the best things. Smiling and laughing has been proven to reduce stress in our lives!
Over the past couple years Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William, Duchess and Duke of Cambridge, have engaged in various mental health advocacy campaigns and initiatives and shown great passion for the importance of speaking up about menta
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