Feel-good Giving

Give when it feels good, stop giving when it stops feeling good, and find another feel-good way to give.
                                                       Gemma Stone

People wise up and worry their hearts have hardened. People open up and worry they’re no longer discerning.
Instead, notice what feels good to you and what does not – when giving, when taking, when walking down the street.

Practice: Talk with yourself about what feels good. Other people have opinions about you and your gender. You have stereotypes about yourself. Make sure you’re giving what you want to give (and when, and how).