Take the kindness challenge

Updated: Oct 22


Did you know people who practice kindness regularly...

  • Have 23% less cortisol (the stress hormone)

  • Age slower than normal

  • Have less anxiety

“When I think of kindness, I think of Mr. Rogers, and how he would always remind viewers that they’re special, worthy and worth being listened to,” says Brian Gregory, LMFT, Synchronous Health Specialist. “What a great example. Kindness is stopping and listening, dialing it in with whomever you may be with in a moment, being present and hearing them for a bit.”


November 13 is World Kindness Day.

Take the kindness challenge and participate in Kindness Bingo starting today! You could win one of several $20 Amazon gift cards. Here’s how:


1. Download the bingo card here.

2. Complete the activities listed by Nov. 30.

3. Complete the winners survey at the same link above and be entered into a drawing for an Amazon gift card.


We hope this helps you learn how to catalyze kindness in your daily life and have some fun along the way.


MNPS offers the Connect with Karla program to meet you wherever you may be emotionally so you can be kind to yourself and others. Visit sync.health/mnps or call 615-258-6654 to learn more.

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Sources: National Library of Medicine (1998), The University of British Columbia (2015)