One Act of Kindness Has a Multiplying Effect, Study Finds

We’ve partnered with the Maguire Law Firm to bring you Carolina Kindness stories each Wednesday.   Have a story to share with us?  Email us at carolinakindness@wfxb.com.  

We’ve partnered with the Maguire Law Firm to bring you Carolina Kindness stories each Wednesday.   Have a story to share with us?  Email us at carolinakindness@wfxb.com.  

This week’s Carolina Kindness stories:

A retired doctor and Navy veteran trained 8 months and lost 35 pounds so he could go back to his old job as a lifeguard on the Jersey Shore.

A man saves a drowning bunny, nurtures it back to health before releasing it.

Emilia the shelter dog from Kind Keeper Animal Rescue makes it to her forever home.

Research from The University of Texas shows kindness stretches wider than you may think. We tend to underestimate how much it affects others. Not only does the recipient of a good deed generally feel more positive, the study found its often reciprocated. The gift begins to multiply.