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In April,as the new coronavirus was attacking New York city,Susan Johns learned her older brother had been diagnosed with a blood cancer.Her brother\'s supervisor at work launched a campaign to help with medical costs.The supervisor set up a goal-find-me page on social media for dollars.Johns shared it on facebook.What happened next shocked her.Johns was sure her closest friends would support the campaign.She works for the American ballet theater which is based in New York.And many of her co-workers,some she did not know very well,made donations.Their gifts came at a time of economic difficulties in a struggling dance community.Johns found herself asking would the reactions have been the same just two months earlier before the public health crisis? She was almost sure it would not.Instead,she thinks the desire to help shows along with simple kindness how people are working to make a difference.At a time of helplessness,she says helping others makes a mark on a world that seems to be overwhelming all of us.People everywhere are trying to keep control of their lives to preserve who they are,Johns told the associated press.L S is the psychology professor at Yale university in New Heaven Conneticut.She also teaches the school\'s most popular class to date Psychology and the good life.Santos notes that lots of research shows helping others can often make us happier than spending that same time or money on ourselves.Taking time to do some thing nice for someone else,she says,is a powerful strategy for improving our well being.Demian E is a violin player living in New York.he stopped working as a traveling musican because of the coronavirus.One recent day,he was going to a neigbourhood drug store when he saw a homeless man outside.E who was once homeless himself was about to give the man money until he recognized wheat the man was really seeking,a face mask.The man needed it so he could enter the store and buy water and supplies.E also found that employees at a nearby parking / were asking for extra masks.There was a huge need hear he said.He had already been getting protective equipment to emergency works raising 50,000 dollars from a charity performance.Now he has turned to a new campaign called Masks for the masses to get masks to homeless individuals and poor families.I am essentianlly unemployed,I make my money on the road.If I work during this,I do probably be stuck at home battling depression he says.They say once you get into the world of someone else,your problems don't really exist any more.Catherine Luise is an expert on the science of human behavior and the mind.She has often found people are happier when they can take action.In the work of / we know that people who have good outcomes are the people who are doing some thing she says.The hardest piece is when you are stuck can find frozen.There are a growing number of examples of people helping people.However,that dose not mean that traditional / is in good cheap.Sure individuals and some non-profits are stepping forward to help says /,a professor at Columbia University in New York.But for the most parts she says,recent studies of non-profits show that donations are notably dropping because of donater's concerns about the economy as well as the job market.Still many individuls are finding in the process of reaching out to others not only satisfaction and purpose but also perhaps a way to claim their identity.This is how Susan Johns says it.Friends and co-workers have donated nearly 6,000 dollars to her brother's care.She adds I am feeling deeply touched to be on the receiving end of that.




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