Doing something for another person, like cooking, is a form of altruism. And altruism makes people feel happy and connected to each other.
"Cooking for others leads to a consistent rise in self-confidence and self-appreciation," says Julie Ohana, a certified clinical social worker and kitchen therapy therapist. "It's part of those psychological effects of doing something that makes you feel good."
But cooking also carries with it the idea of feeding someone, a necessary activity for survival. To cook for another is to feed, to sustain, to help keep alive.
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