How to Change Peoples’ Lives for the Better

By changing peoples’ lives for the better, you also improve your own life! The more people you help the better you feel. Enjoy!

1 To begin improving others’ lives, you must first look at yourself from another person’s point of view. What do you see? Do you like how you’re seen by others? If not, look around you. If you have friends, it means you may be looking at yourself negatively, while others are not. Improve the way you see yourself, and you’ve already helped one person, you!

2 Now that you see yourself clearly, it is time to help others. By this, I do not mean to totally change then and try to make them more like you. I mean to support friends in need. Maybe your friend got in a fight with her parents yesterday, and now she/he is upset. Listen to them and talk to them. Let them know you are there for them. If you are good at giving advice (and read a lot of wikiHow articles like me), you can try to help

3 Is someone sitting by themselves at lunch? Make their day by getting a couple friends (and you) to come eat lunch with them.

4 If you have a locker, or even just a desk, write a note to someone that seems sad lately. Say something like “Just saying hey! If you ever want to talk about anything, you can come to me!” You can also write a letter to someone who was out sick. Make a little card and put it in their locker or desk.

5 Join a club or group that helps the community. Some groups help the environment, while others help the less fortunate people that maybe can’t afford food. Walk or run for cancer! Make a donation! Every bit counts.

6 Just be ready. If a bunch of people start coming to you for advice, take it as a compliment that they want your help! Notice that you will feel better and better each time you improve someone’s life. Have fun! :)

Tips
stick up for someone if they are being bullied. It’s good to know you have someone on your side!
Even a smile to a kid no one seems to like can improve their day.
Everyone loves “get better soon” notes!
Read wikiHows for tips on giving good advice and stuff!

Warnings
Don’t give bad advice! It will come back to get you when a bunch of angry kids followed advice that made matters worse!

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