Tough. Challenging. Unrelenting. This is what this year has been like for us. But 2020 is coming to an end. Finally! It’s no wonder that some of us are feeling anxious, stressed out, and just… tired from everything that’s happened so far. Fortunately, life isn’t just doom and gloom.

People being the best they can be and doing wholesome things for others are the main reasons to keep going. We wanted to pick your spirits up for the holiday season and to show you the bright side of life, so the Bored Panda team lovingly handcrafted you this list. Remember to upvote the most uplifting stories, dear Pandas. When you’re done boosting your mood, we’d absolutely adore hearing what wholesome things you and your loved ones have been up to this year. So drop us a line or two in the comment section—we can’t wait to hear from you! Meanwhile, let’s get into why giving is good for everyone and why thinking that people are inherently selfish might just be wrong.

Bored Panda wanted to learn more about the relationship between helping others and happiness, so we reached out to 'Action for Happiness,' a movement dedicated to creating a happier and more caring society. The movement's patron is none other than the Dalai Lama. Vanessa King, the Head of Psychology at 'Action for Happiness,' told Bored Panda that doing things for others is a key part of keeping ourselves happy. "If you think about it human beings are social species, we evolved to live in groups so working together and doing things to help each other is the social glue that keeps us together." Read on for King's detailed insights about altruism, the spirit of giving, and happiness.

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Just Finished My Chemotherapy Treatment And All That's Left Is Steroids And Radiotherapy And Then I'm Cancer Free

Just Finished My Chemotherapy Treatment And All That's Left Is Steroids And Radiotherapy And Then I'm Cancer Free

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troufaki13
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2 months ago

Have a great life, buddy! You earned it!

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Be Kind To Each Other

Be Kind To Each Other

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Raine Soo
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2 months ago

This is truly wonderful.

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Hello World, I'm 15 Minutes Old

Hello World, I'm 15 Minutes Old

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ume reid
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2 months ago

batty ears!

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King, the Head of Psychology at 'Action for Happiness' and the author of '10 Keys to Happier Living,' pointed out that children as young as 2 years old have been seen sharing which just goes to show that we're hardwired for cooperation. "Participating in group activities and community events makes us happier too. When we do things for others it activates the reward center in the brain, so when we give a gift it feels the same as receiving a gift," King told Bored Panda.

However, we know that life isn't always simple. Life can hit us hard and bump us into survival mode which can make helping others a tad harder than it needs to be. Fortunately, King had some great news for us—there are lots of small ways that we can do in our daily lives to become more altruistic. And really is quite simple. All we need is a bit of willpower and a dash of courage to go beyond our comfort zones and routines.

"At Action for Happiness, we provide daily actions and advice on small changes you can take each day to start bringing more kindness into your life. Small daily actions one at a time can help us to make altruism a lifetime habit. You could start out small by deciding you are going to smile at everyone you meet or pay three people a compliment today."

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When You See A Guy Bottle Feeding A Kitten On The Subway

When You See A Guy Bottle Feeding A Kitten On The Subway

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troufaki13
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2 months ago

I love men who love cats :)

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Colorado Man Reunited With His Donkey, Ennis, After Fire Swept Through His Town

Colorado Man Reunited With His Donkey, Ennis, After Fire Swept Through His Town

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ume reid
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2 months ago

love donkeys

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The Love For His Son Never Died

The Love For His Son Never Died

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Juan Hernandez
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2 months ago

thats sad, but its good hes looking out for others

Raine Soo
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2 months ago

The poor man. Much respect to him.

Joonscrab
Community Member
2 months ago

Our government is hopeless. This man deserves SO much more support and credit than any of those assholes

Full Name
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2 months ago (edited)

What a wonderful way to mourn. Very noble and helpful. He needs a go-fund-me. I'd chip in some jingle.

Full of Giggles
Community Member
2 months ago

Someone get this man a cape.

Mary Peace
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2 months ago

Someone get him another bag of gravel. He doesn't need a cape.

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Thenatural
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2 months ago

I can only admire this...instead of giving over to despair he's given himself purpose......I don't think I'd have that strength.

A
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2 months ago

Heartbreaking.

Lisa Chambers
Community Member
2 months ago

Just one broken hearted man, trying to prevent other parents from having the everlasting worst day of their lives. Sending love to him.

Julie McCann
Community Member
2 months ago

Love this man. Doing what he can so no other parent has to endure the pain he has been through.

Watching
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2 months ago

Screw that government.

ShutUpsy
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2 months ago

I want to give him all the hugs

Nicky Melville
Community Member
2 months ago

Poor sweet man. I so admire him for turning his terrible grief into something positive that may save other lives.

Mickie Shea
Community Member
2 months ago

If only more of us, including myself, cared this much. I thank him for a wakeup call.

Jennifer Rapp
Community Member
2 months ago

I'm sorry for his loss. I hope this helps him heal.

Mónica Elisabeth Sacco
Community Member
2 months ago (edited)

Oh my God, such compassion. Honor to this gentleman.

Martha Meyer
Community Member
2 months ago

A productive way to deal with his grief.

Gloria J Williams
Community Member
2 months ago

Mr. Bilhore, you have my utter respect, and thanks for caring for others enough to do what you are doing.

Patty Leaton
Community Member
2 months ago

great work

Lilah Lou
Community Member
2 months ago

thank you for transforming your sadness to care and love for others. you are amazing 💓

Heather Hayllar
Community Member
2 months ago

Beautiful soul xxx

Kanga9ine
Community Member
2 months ago

What an beautiful way to honor his son by filling each hole that is heart must feel. And what a tribute to the caring nature of this man, doing something that will prevent another person losing someone in such a tragic way. I hope someone was moved enough to join him. I'd have been honored to.

Leslie K Von Dell
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2 months ago

That breaks my heart and fills me with wonder at the same time.

Thomas Turnbull
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2 months ago

What a hero

Nancy Lynch
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2 months ago

I would give this guy some money as I drove by. The city isn't doing anything right with it, so give it to someone who is!

23AClark
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2 months ago

😘❤❤❤😢

mikedtw
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2 months ago

actions really can speak louder than any words

Tamera Gardner
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2 months ago

You have to find purpose in the pain.

Sophie Kopanou
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1 month ago

Such an admirable gesture!

Pangolin Pal
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1 month ago

This grieving, beautiful man is the best of humanity. He is using his pain and sorrow as energy, to try and protect other people from ever experiencing a horrible loss like his. I only wish there were a way for a faraway stranger to do something for him, that would give him peace.

Faith Nicole
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1 month ago

That is so sad. But what a wonderful thing this man is doing, even while mourning the loss of his son, he's helping others from never having to experience this same tragedy ❤

Jayne Sargent
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2 months ago

💔💔💔

Marlene Ricker
Community Member
2 months ago

He is honoring his son with every pot hole he fills. God bless him.

Elaine Mattingly
Community Member
2 months ago

My heart hurts for this man.

backatya
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2 months ago

so sad for him. stupid gov. doesn't cover them up

Karen Van Scoyk
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2 months ago

Turning lemons into lemonade!

Barbara Kayton
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2 months ago

M Kate McCulloch
Community Member
2 months ago

I am so sorry he has lost his son - I wonder if he's thinking he'll save another son or daughter for someone else and that gives hope and healing. My example is not as extreme, but I always hold doors for people remembering how when I was 8 months pregnant with two toddlers, people would slam the door in my face at the grocery store, at my apartment building, at the mall, at the doctor's office... it sucked. It was so callous. I couldn't go through life knowing I'd hurt someone, even such a small hurt, because I was in too much of a hurry to get pizza at the food court or something.

Monika Soffronow
Community Member
2 months ago

Only Good People turn their grief into a real effort to stop others from grieving for the same reason. He will never get properly thanked for this because there is nobody there who knows that the only reason they still have their loved ones is this solitary man filling potholes...

Teresa Spanics
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2 months ago

My deepest condolences to that poor dear man 😭

Rich McCormick
Community Member
2 months ago

A broken but kind heart. BLESSINGS to him!

Anne Julio Amaral Cordeiro
Community Member
2 months ago

Sending strength to his family.

Jackie Wacky
Community Member
2 months ago

This man is putting his grief to good use: his son would be very proud.

Vicki Perizzolo
Community Member
2 months ago

and where are the road repair people?? KUDOS to him but they should be doing this too!

Alex Hamilton
Community Member
2 months ago

He is saving others lives, by using his grief positively.

Judy Windham Saunders
Community Member
2 months ago

You can sit at home and grieve or you can go out and prevent future tragedies. He chose the right path.

Catherine Brady
Community Member
2 months ago

Enduring love and dedication. Wish him all the best.

Regidor Delarosa
Community Member
2 months ago

And for so long, Indian people were laughed at,made jokes of by their British occupiers. God bless India.

Meredith Gossland
Community Member
2 months ago

I'm crying.

Just me
Community Member
2 months ago

They drive like crazy, so he is probably saving other lives as well.

Steve Cruz
Community Member
2 months ago

He ispares many others the loss and pain he is enduring, and they have no idea.

Iapetos
Community Member
2 months ago

Very brave and awesome man. That's the government's job, though.

Ileana Sky Aviles
Community Member
2 months ago

So cool!

Wadong Shen
Community Member
2 months ago

I see that the democratically elected city government was not doing its job

Aeon Flux
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2 months ago

This beautiful man inspires me to be better.

PsychoTRX
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1 month ago

dislike this comment to hate on the pothole that killed his son

Patzpie
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2 months ago

😿😿😿😿😿😿😿

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She continued: "You can give money to charity, donate to a food bank, or volunteer your time over Christmas. You can leave a food package or a note for an elderly neighbor. All of these actions help others and boost your own happiness and if we are happier, research shows we are even more likely to help others. Our January action calendar has ideas and inspiration for each day of the month to get you started in 2021."

However, what about people who feel like they only care about helping others to the extent that they're rewarded for their efforts? We were incredibly curious to figure out how to move from concentrated self-interest to genuine kindness. King stressed that it's alright to "fake it 'till you make it" and not to worry too much.

"Maybe at first, you start out doing things to help others only to get attention and praise, but you will find that doing things for others helps you feel good and when you see people’s responses. Once you see the difference you can make in the world and to your own happiness and altruism can grow naturally," she said.

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Plastic Correction In A Boy With Crouzon's Syndrome. He Even Showed Improvement In Vision And Breathing

Plastic Correction In A Boy With Crouzon's Syndrome. He Even Showed Improvement In Vision And Breathing

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ume reid
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2 months ago

thats great

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#8

Today Is The Day This Little Lady Becomes My Daughter. Happy Adoption Day

Today Is The Day This Little Lady Becomes My Daughter. Happy Adoption Day

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Aski Markup
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2 months ago

Awww, my heart ♥️

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#9

After Not Seeing My Grandparents For Months, They Finally Figured Out How "To Work Facetime." This Was My Grandpa’s Face When He Saw Me

After Not Seeing My Grandparents For Months, They Finally Figured Out How "To Work Facetime." This Was My Grandpa’s Face When He Saw Me

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wandile dludlu
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2 months ago

The grandma looks like every grandma on a video call ever

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King added that kindness has a ripple effect because people are more likely to be kind when they experience kindness themselves. So being nice and spreading the spirit of giving can have a tangible effect not only on your local community but also on the world. There's a practical aspect, too: by being kind, we increase the chances that others will be there for us when we need it.

What's more, King shared the problems with having expectations for rewards that are too high. We might feel severely disappointed if we set our expectations too high. So it's best to have little to no expectations when doing something for others; from a utilitarian, as well as a deontological point of view.

"There’s an important point too here for people on the receiving end of kindness. If they can, it’s, of course, great to say thank you and add the positive impact it has for you e.g., 'Thank you, It’s great to know that someone cares.' That can really boost the glow for the giver and encourage them to give more," she told Bored Panda what we can all do when somebody else goes the extra mile for us. It's best to vocalize our gratitude instead of leaving it to someone else's imagination.

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Went To The Shelter To Look At Dogs, They Didn’t Have Any There But Once This Lil Girl Saw Me She Started Pawing At Her Cage. Now I Have A New Forever Friend

Went To The Shelter To Look At Dogs, They Didn’t Have Any There But Once This Lil Girl Saw Me She Started Pawing At Her Cage. Now I Have A New Forever Friend

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Caroline Nagel
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2 months ago

You will not be sorry, cats are the best;

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#11

My 93 Year Old Dementia Patient Painted My Cat, I Have No Cat But I'm Starting To Fall In Love With This One

My 93 Year Old Dementia Patient Painted My Cat, I Have No Cat But I'm Starting To Fall In Love With This One

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troufaki13
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2 months ago

It's your sign to get a cat!

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#12

"If I Birthed 6 Kids, I'm Gonna Get 6 Kids Out". Super-Mom Emma Schols Saved All Of Her 6 Kids From Their Burning Home

"If I Birthed 6 Kids, I'm Gonna Get 6 Kids Out". Super-Mom Emma Schols Saved All Of Her 6 Kids From Their Burning Home

Even tho she was bleeding and losing skin, hair burnt like coal, she kept going. Emma got 93% burn injuries, yet still survived. A Hero.

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Sara Rodrigues
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2 months ago (edited)

Wow such a brave mom! I'm happy that she saved them all and survived as well.

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"It may also be helpful for the person to think about why they are seeking attention and reward from an external source, a key part of being happy is feeling comfortable with who you are and accepting life the way it is. I’d suggest that the person taking time to build up their self-care to become happier and more resilient. Perhaps start with a personal gratitude practice to appreciate what they already have in life, writing down three things each day that we are grateful for can boost happiness."

Doing something nice for others without expecting absolutely anything in return (whether rewards, praise, or attention) is the essence of giving.

The fact that we feel good about doing wholesome things for others doesn’t mean that we’re not altruistic—our brains are simply rewarding us for being social and looking out for the collective which we depend on. At the end of the day, helping others out feels good. On a biological and spiritual level.

#13

I Needed This

I Needed This

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Jihana
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2 months ago

Oh I love this!

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So True

So True

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Juan Hernandez
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2 months ago

amazing words

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#15

In Case There Is Good News

In Case There Is Good News

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Eryn
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2 months ago

I love that

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In modern times, a lot of us assume that human beings are fundamentally selfish and self-interested. That, however, might just be a big bunch of pessimistic and cynical boohockey. Rutger Bregman, the author of ‘Humankind: A Hopeful History,’ challenges the notion that we’re inherently selfish. Instead, Bregman argues that we should assume that people are good. It’s not just wishful thinking, though!

According to Bregman, there’s an evolutionary basis for our instinct to cooperate rather than compete and to trust rather than distrust. In the book, Bregman gives a fresh new take on the last 200k years of our history by reframing the most famous events and studies done. This sort of shift has powerful effects—changing our perspective about the nature of humankind can help us create lasting change in society, politics, economics, and everywhere.

On a personal note, we agree with Bregman. And it’s articles like the one you’re reading now that give us hope that everyone’s got a mini Santa Claus inside of them who goes the extra mile all year long. Not just on Christmas.

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My Cousin Was Fishing On The River This Weekend And Rescued This Deer Who Was So Tired He Was Starting To Drown

My Cousin Was Fishing On The River This Weekend And Rescued This Deer Who Was So Tired He Was Starting To Drown

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Raine Soo
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2 months ago

Bless your cousin for helping the poor little guy.

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A Wonderful Young Man

A Wonderful Young Man

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Eryn
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2 months ago

Awwww

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#18

Skin-Colored Band-Aids For Everyone

Skin-Colored Band-Aids For Everyone

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ume reid
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2 months ago

i have seen these before ,its a good idea

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#19

I'm A Horse Vet. This Adorable Little Guy Fell Asleep On My Feet While I Talked To His People

I'm A Horse Vet. This Adorable Little Guy Fell Asleep On My Feet While I Talked To His People

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Luther von Wolfen
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2 months ago

That's a funny-looking cat.

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#20

2020 Ain’t All Bad! I Asked This Handsome Fellow On The Right To Marry Me And He Said Yes

2020 Ain’t All Bad! I Asked This Handsome Fellow On The Right To Marry Me And He Said Yes

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Eryn
Community Member
2 months ago

Awww congratulations

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#21

My Daughter's Letter To Her Teacher

My Daughter's Letter To Her Teacher

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Raine Soo
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2 months ago (edited)

Your daughter found inspiration. I hope that she continues to blossom.

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#22

An Autistic Boy, Who Can't Be Touched, Connects With A Service Dog, As His Mom Bursts Into Tears Of Hope And Joy

An Autistic Boy, Who Can't Be Touched, Connects With A Service Dog, As His Mom Bursts Into Tears Of Hope And Joy

I'm not sure why, but people still ask us why we place service dogs with children sometimes. Let me help you understand, from a momma who knows first hand:
See this moment? I've never experienced a moment like this.
This picture was taken near the end of the day after my autistic five year old was finally able to sit down with his new Service Dog Tornado. He flew across the entire ocean, stopped in multiple states, and uprooted his entire routine to travel the globe for this. He was so overwhelmed through the day that he had to leave to take a break for a couple hours before he could come back. This boy is the strongest child I have ever met; he has faced countless rude and ignorant adults and children who do not understand him, who have hurt him, and who have not valued him because he is different. This picture captures the face of a mother who saw her child, who she can't hug, wash, dress, snuggle and touch freely lay on his new Service dog of his own free will, with a purposeful unspoken attachment. This is the face of a mom who has seen her son experience countless failed social interactions on the playground in an attempt to have a friend. Any friend. Any kind of connection. She has sat with her son while he has cried at night for months because he has no consistent connections outside of the family no matter how hard he tries and no matter what he works hard on in his Autism therapies. It doesn't transfer to the natural occurring world for him. And now she is sitting behind her son silently watching this moment, with the air sucked from her lungs, and no words to say.
Holding her mouth and silently crying because she doesn't want to distract him from the moment and break him away from a pure, honest, and truly fulfilling moment for her son-of his own free will. This is truly magic. Words cannot explain it.
I have cried so many times for this boy, but this is the very first time I have cried for a reason like this.
It's new, it's painful, it's wonderful, and it's grateful. I will always stand behind this boy (probably still crying ) but I am grateful that he will have Tornado to stand beside him. The 4 Paws magic is real. The wait is long, but this moment right here makes it worth every moment of waiting. It's worth every fight for services for my son, every diagnosis, every new provider, every dollar spent, every paper filled out, every school meeting, every shed tear, every step forward, every step back, and every wonder of the unknown future. Some how because of this- because of Tornado- I know everything will be okay.

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ume reid
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2 months ago

i think there is an episode on netflix called Dogs about four paws and their dogs

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#23

We Should All Strive To Treat One Another Like This 8 Year Old Treats People

We Should All Strive To Treat One Another Like This 8 Year Old Treats People

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troufaki13
Community Member
2 months ago

What an amazing human being! This is my wish for the New Year, so we all be like this boy

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#24

This Strong Dude, Ezra, Survived A Cardiac Arrest

This Strong Dude, Ezra, Survived A Cardiac Arrest

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Phoebe Carter
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2 months ago

You go Ezra!

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#25

Captain Suzy Garrett And Her First-Officer Daughter, Donna, Are The First Mother-Daughter Pair In History To Pilot A Commercial Skywest Airlines Flight Together

Captain Suzy Garrett And Her First-Officer Daughter, Donna, Are The First Mother-Daughter Pair In History To Pilot A Commercial Skywest Airlines Flight Together

Suzy was one of the first dozen female pilots hired at Skywest and has been flying there for over 30 years

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troufaki13
Community Member
2 months ago

That's awesome!

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#26

I Got My Pup A Matching Chair So He Would Stop Stealing Mine. Needless To Say, He’s Very Pleased

I Got My Pup A Matching Chair So He Would Stop Stealing Mine. Needless To Say, He’s Very Pleased

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Marette
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2 months ago (edited)

The cat doesn't seem too pleased.

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#27

My Mom Crochets And Donated 31 Blankets To Sick Children This Year

My Mom Crochets And Donated 31 Blankets To Sick Children This Year

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Rachknits
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2 months ago

Great work

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#28

In 2019 I Got Way Too Drunk At The Office Christmas Party & Bet My Coworker That I Would Spend 2020 Getting Fit. I Kept My Promise And Won The Bet. I Am Proud

In 2019 I Got Way Too Drunk At The Office Christmas Party & Bet My Coworker That I Would Spend 2020 Getting Fit. I Kept My Promise And Won The Bet. I Am Proud

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Nash Nopper
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2 months ago

WOW!

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#29

A Kind Stranger Drove Two Hours And Used His Drone To Recover Meadow, Who Was Lost In The Woods For 10 Days

A Kind Stranger Drove Two Hours And Used His Drone To Recover Meadow, Who Was Lost In The Woods For 10 Days

Meadow was missing in our town for over a week. It has been snowing and quite cold where we were, so the whole town rallied together to search for Meadow but to no avail. I thought I’d try my luck and share the lost dog poster on our local Subreddit. A stranger Redditor responded immediately and offered to look for Meadow with his drone. I asked the search team to give me the more precise coordinates and shared that with him. To be honest, I lost all hope at that point as it’s been more than 10 days. I also didn’t expect a stranger to go at the length it would require to look for Meadow.
Then at 3:30 PM yesterday, I got a ping that he found Meadow! The length this dude went to is insane: He drove 1.5 hours from where he was and spent forever until his drone went out of the battery to look for Meadow

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W Smith
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2 months ago

I'm not gonna cry...I'm not gonna cry...

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#30

My Husband Has Been Sober For 700 Days

My Husband Has Been Sober For 700 Days

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OpalTheRainwing <3
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2 months ago

Good for u!

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#31

My 64-year-old Mother Told Us On Thanksgiving That She Got Accepted To A PhD Program At UPenn. It's Never Too Late To Do What You Want

My 64-year-old Mother Told Us On Thanksgiving That She Got Accepted To A PhD Program At UPenn. It's Never Too Late To Do What You Want

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Birgit Merkentrup
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2 months ago

Inspiring!

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#32

My Wife's Senior Dog Can't Play Due To Arthritis But Our Puppy Loves Him Anyways

My Wife's Senior Dog Can't Play Due To Arthritis But Our Puppy Loves Him Anyways

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ume reid
Community Member
2 months ago

thats a sensitive pup

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#33

Pay It Forward

Pay It Forward

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Jude Bennett
Community Member
2 months ago

wow. that could nearly make me want to rejoin the human race. Well that and dogs.

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#34

The Best Kind Of Phone Call

The Best Kind Of Phone Call

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Jude Bennett
Community Member
2 months ago

Oh bless him.

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#35

Saved A Cat In The Freeway Today I45 No Hesitation Pulled Over Immediately, Grabbed From Traffic

Saved A Cat In The Freeway Today I45 No Hesitation Pulled Over Immediately, Grabbed From Traffic

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Candace Fitzpatrick
Community Member
2 months ago

HERO

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#36

Sikh Community Delivers Hundreds Of Meals To Lorry Drivers In Kent

Sikh Community Delivers Hundreds Of Meals To Lorry Drivers In Kent

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Rachknits
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2 months ago

Brilliant work, responsive, timely and generous

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#37

This Gem Of A Human Feeding The Stray Cat At My Apartment Complex And Giving Him An Umbrella Since It's Raining

This Gem Of A Human Feeding The Stray Cat At My Apartment Complex And Giving Him An Umbrella Since It's Raining

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Raine Soo
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2 months ago

This man is very considerate.

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#38

A Loggerhead Turtle Got Into A Boating Accident, Resulting In The Loss Of A Majority Of Its Lower Beak. Scientists Gave It A New 3D Printed Titanium Beak

A Loggerhead Turtle Got Into A Boating Accident, Resulting In The Loss Of A Majority Of Its Lower Beak. Scientists Gave It A New 3D Printed Titanium Beak

He is now a cyborg turtle.

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ume reid
Community Member
2 months ago

great use of technology

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#39

I Only Rescued Her One Week Ago And She Loves Cuddling. I Haven’t Had To Take An Anxiety Pill Since Getting Her Because She’s Like The Ultimate Weighted Blanket

I Only Rescued Her One Week Ago And She Loves Cuddling. I Haven’t Had To Take An Anxiety Pill Since Getting Her Because She’s Like The Ultimate Weighted Blanket

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Squirrelflightisawesome
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2 months ago

I want to adopt a dog.

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#40

Family Moment Despite Covid-19

Family Moment Despite Covid-19

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Sara Rodrigues
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2 months ago

The puppy looks so proud as well :D

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#41

I Wasn't Allowed To Use A Notebook At My Cashier Job, So I Started Writing My Book About Bullying On Printed Out Receipts. This Year I Finally Published My Novel

I Wasn't Allowed To Use A Notebook At My Cashier Job, So I Started Writing My Book About Bullying On Printed Out Receipts. This Year I Finally Published My Novel

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Diellza
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2 months ago

Whoohoo! Congratulations! I absolutely love the book cover!

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My Grandpa Just Turned 64 Today. He Grew Up Poor And Had Never Had A Birthday Party. Today He Had His First One And You Can See The Happiness In His Smile

My Grandpa Just Turned 64 Today. He Grew Up Poor And Had Never Had A Birthday Party. Today He Had His First One And You Can See The Happiness In His Smile

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Brittney Johnson
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2 months ago

So you all were too poor to throw him one earlier? Confused on the timeline

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#43

A Shop Owner Modified His Attic To Accommodate His Cats. Now He Is Under Constant Observation

A Shop Owner Modified His Attic To Accommodate His Cats. Now He Is Under Constant Observation

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Sara Rodrigues
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2 months ago

😂

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#44

Volunteers All Over The World Hand Make Small Nests For Rescued Birds And Small Orphaned Mammals For Over 500 International Wildlife Rescues And Rehabbers

Volunteers All Over The World Hand Make Small Nests For Rescued Birds And Small Orphaned Mammals For Over 500 International Wildlife Rescues And Rehabbers

They belong to a non-profit called Wildlife Rescue Nests

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Bron
Community Member
2 months ago

People all over the world have created nests of all shapes and sizes for the injured animals of last year’s/this year’s bushfires in Australia.

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#45

We Got Married This Weekend

We Got Married This Weekend

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Raine Soo
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2 months ago

That's lovely. The dog looks apprehensive, however.

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#46

Been Gaming With This Dude For 15 Years. I Have Some Good Gaming Memories With Him. He Tried But Couldn’t Get PS5. Little Did He Know I Was Able To Get Him One

Been Gaming With This Dude For 15 Years. I Have Some Good Gaming Memories With Him. He Tried But Couldn’t Get PS5. Little Did He Know I Was Able To Get Him One

Looking forward to playing another generation with him

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wandile dludlu
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2 months ago

After you weed out all the f***s and people calling your mother a ho... there are some lovely people you find when gaming

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#47

Wrist Surgery. My Surgeon Incised Around My Tattoo. He Could Have Not Cared And Cut Right Through It. Pretty Bro Move If You Ask Me

Wrist Surgery. My Surgeon Incised Around My Tattoo. He Could Have Not Cared And Cut Right Through It. Pretty Bro Move If You Ask Me

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Miss Cris
Community Member
2 months ago

That's nice!!!

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#48

I Couldn’t See My Family This Year (For Obvious Reasons) So Me And My Boy Made The Best Of It

I Couldn’t See My Family This Year (For Obvious Reasons) So Me And My Boy Made The Best Of It

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ume reid
Community Member
2 months ago

happy boy

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#49

I Really Want To Pay It Forward

I Really Want To Pay It Forward

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Squirrelflightisawesome
Community Member
2 months ago

Yay!!

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#50

Sometimes I Throw Doggy Treats To My Landlords Dogs Out Of My Window, This Is Now What I See When I Look Out My Window

Sometimes I Throw Doggy Treats To My Landlords Dogs Out Of My Window, This Is Now What I See When I Look Out My Window

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Eryn
Community Member
2 months ago

What are you waiting for, throw the toy

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