“It is always possible.” We are wired to be kind. It feels good to do good—one researcher compares kindness to “psychological chocolate.” It can lower blood pressure while stimulating feel-good chemicals in the brain and inspiring others. Try practicing acts of kindness—little or big, random or intentional. Start small and watch it grow.
Kristin Layous et al., “Kindness Counts: Prompting Prosocial Behavior in Preadolescents Boosts Peer Acceptance and Well-Being,” PLoS ONE 7 (2012). DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0051380
Summer Allen and Jill Suttie, “How Our Brains Make Us Generous,” Greater Good Magazine, December 21, 2015.