064: Cultivating Kindness, Acceptance & Service; Hope After Orlando

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When tragic events, pain, and violence dominate the news cycle, we can all go back to what Mr. Rogers said, “Look for the helpers.” Teaching kindness, supporting LGBTQ youth, and developing empathy are just a few practices we can use to stop cycles of hurt while renewing our faith in others. Don’t miss this special show featuring memorable excerpts from De Palazzo, Sheila Sjolseth, and Carrie Wrubel.

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These are highlights from previous episodes but you can hear the interviews in their entirety and find all these guests’ recommended resources in their show notes. This show featured clips from the shows below.

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