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Video Explains Why People Feel Better When They Help Others

Humans are wired to feel better when they help others out.

Grace Alviar Viray





Is it really better to give than to receive? Why do people feel better when they help others? Is there a scientific explanation as to why no matter how mean a person is, he still has this inclination to help others or give something away?

The guys from AsapTHOUGHT made a video on why it really is better to give than to receive. There is a satisfaction we feel when we give something away or when we help somebody out, and science can explain that. Aside from the satisfaction we feel when we help others out, studies also revealed that there is a reward center in our brain that is activated when we buy things for others.

Another reason why we are inclined to help out those who are in need is because of the “mirror” response in our brains. We tend to see ourselves in their situation so we want to help them out.

Watch AsapTHOUGHT’s full explanation here:

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It’s no brainer! Humans are wired to help out each other. If you instantly want to feel good, try helping someone out or maybe treat your friends to dinner. I’m sure you’d get a kick out of it.

So, have you helped someone out today? Leave a comment below.


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Inmates at a Maximum Security Prison Beat Students from Harvard University

Both parties showed no mercy. In the end, the team of prisoners defeated the Harvard students.

Ann Moises



Three young men who are currently incarcerated at the Eastern New York Correctional Facility for different violent crimes beat three students from Harvard College.

Wait, it’s not what you think.

In this true-to-life story, which reminded me of the movie “The Longest Yard”--- except there’s no cunning and overbearing jail warden to make the prisoners’ lives miserable --- Carl Snyder, Carlos Polanco, and Dyjuan Tatro, inmates at the maximum security prison defeated three students from the prestigious school in a debate.

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Mobile Showers Help Restore Hygiene and Hope of Homeless People in San Francisco

This project is preserving humanity, one shower at a time.

Ann Nuñez



With the population continuously increasing all over the world, there is an emerging problem on housing, especially in large urban areas. Homeless people are a common sight in the streets, carrying all their worldly possessions with them while searching for the next place to sleep. Obviously, with no place to call home, these unfortunate souls have nowhere to take care of their personal needs such as bathing.

Which is why this project of nonprofit organization Lava Mae is a godsend for all the homeless people in San Francisco, USA. Lava Mae converted  old city buses into mobile shower units for homeless people. By using the bus, the organization provides services across the whole city, transferring to places where it is most needed.

Watch the heartwarming video of their cause below:

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Woman Addicted to Pulling Her Hair Gets An Awesome Gift from Her Groom

On their wedding day, Tim gave Rebecca a gift that will allow her to live a normal life.

Mini Malabanan



At the age of 13, Rebecca was diagnosed with a hair-pulling disorder known as Trichotillomania.

According to Mayo Clinic, Trichotillomania  is a behavioural disorder involving recurrent and irresistible urges to pull hair from parts of the body such as scalp and eyebrows. It causes significant distress and may hinder an affected individual from living a normal healthy life. While some cases are manageable, others may have the uncontrollable urge to pull hair.

Diagnosed with the condition at the age of 13, Rebecca revealed:

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