Sharing really is caring. If you want to be a more caring person, then you should be willing to share your things. This means sharing things you actually care about, like clothes you like, or half of your favorite sandwich, not sharing something that means nothing to you, like a book you didn’t like much anyway. Be on the lookout for opportunities to share things, whether it’s a material object or a piece of advice. People who are caring are unselfish, and sharing is a key trait of a person who is selfless.
Sharing doesn’t only mean material goods. You can also share knowledge. Take the time to talk to a high school student about the college admissions process if you’re in college. Talk to someone starting out in your career field about your experiences. Help a younger person on your tennis team master her forehand. Look for opportunities to improve a person’s life by sharing what you know.