Sharing with Classmate

And, it teaches us the importance of taking care of others.

Sharing is fundamental to the development of all human relationships and civilizations. We begin learning to share as soon as we are able to communicate. Often it begins with our parents teaching us the importance of sharing a toy with a friend. In the mind of a toddler, this idea seems absurd at first. They are thinking, “Why would I want to give up this awesome thing I’m playing with?” But even at that young age, they quickly realize the payoff. And what is it? It is the joy they feel when they see the happiness they have brought someone else.

Not only does sharing bring us joy, it teaches us the importance of taking care of others. In many cultures, it is quite common to share your home with your elders. But sharing doesn’t have to be a grand gesture to be appreciated. It can be as simple as sharing something you feel with someone, like a compliment. “You look so pretty today,” is one example. Those simple words can often make someone feel special and cared for, and in return, make the one who said them happy. Sharing is truly a win-win!

A study published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships determined that sharing our good news provides us with an extra dose of positive emotion, more than merely recalling it or writing about it. The research also determined other benefits of sharing a positive experience, such as making it easier to remember, the opportunity to learn new positive implications of our news from another’s perspective, and the extra joy we feel when making another person happy through our good news.

After sharing these tips with my friends Tayyab and Umar like

1. Internship before pursuing high degree

2. Don’t do PhD if you want to be entrepreneur

3. Spend at least one year in your first job

4. Put your time in

5. Don’t talk badly about company and boss

6. Take control of your relationships with your boss and team members

Surprisingly they were almost agreed about such tips and both were appreciating me for this effective information that tips made them more informative for their prospective goal.

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