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Being a Hero for Other's, Perfect for Recovering from Emotional Wounds

Being someone’s hero, being generous, helpful or kind actually can change your biochemistry and neurological pathways to help you feel good (opiate centers of the brain) and lift depression as well as empower you. In addition you can change someone else’s life for the better. Condolezza Rice, Liu Xiaobo, and caregivers and nurses for patients with Alzheimer’s or Dementia are a few powerful examples who can inspire us to be heroes in our own world.

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