Life is frustrating right now, no doubt about it. Maybe you got mad at someone in the grocery store the other day for not wearing a mask, or gave someone a dirty look for standing too close to you. In this episode, we're talking kindness during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Elizabeth Bernstein is back on the show to talk about another of her pieces in the Wall Street Journal column "Bonds", which focuses on how we can best relate to others and to ourselves.
Elizabeth and Dr. Pam talk about the science of kindness, what happens in your body when someone is kind to you, and how we can practice kindness more often in a time where it's needed more than ever.
Check out Elizabeth's piece: Why Being Kind Helps You, Too—Especially Now