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Dare to be kind: How extraordinary compassion can transform our world

Dare to be kind: How extraordinary compassion can transform our world
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S0007048203 177.7 Vel
Adult Non Fiction   Hay . Available .  
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ISBN 9781925475005
Call Number 177.7 Vel
Author Velasquez, Lizzie
Title Dare to be kind How extraordinary compassion can transform our world
Place of production South Melbourne : Affirm Press, 2017
Notes First published in 2017 by Hachette Books, New York.
Contents note The B-word -- Kindness begins at home -- Hurt people hurt people -- Building resilience -- Are they or aren't they? -- How do you define yourself? -- The myth of positivity -- Breakdown, or breakthrough? -- How a dog named Ollie saved my life -- The knowing -- Don't judge a book by its cover -- The cape comes off -- The truth about strength -- Faith, God, the universe, and weird miracles -- The right kind of selfish -- It's up to us -- This is my lottery -- Dare to be kind: a call to action.
Notes The author shares her experiences in being bullied because of her unusual appearance caused by a medical condition, and uses them to explore the causes behind cruelty and how they can be redirected to produce kindness and improve the world.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Kindness
Bullying
Conduct of life
Face Social aspects
Social media United States Social aspects
Genre Self-help publications
Personal Name Morris, Catherine Avril
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