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Change Your Thinking, Change Your Anxiety and Depression

by Dan Lukasik
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Why Doing What’s Good For Us Is So Hard

by Melissa Stanger
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Negative Emotions Impair Your Ability to Trust Others

by Thomas Oppong
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What Awe Looks Like in the Brain

by Summer Allen, Ph.D.
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Science Says Decorating for the Holidays Early Makes You Happier

by Alexandra Hayes
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It Is Not Just NBA Players Who Struggle With Sleep, We All Do…

by Steve Reese
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How to Bounce Back From a Bad Weekend in Your 30s

by Margarita Bertsos
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This Video of a Toddler Leading a Dance Class Is the Joy-Trigger You Needed Today

by Alexandra Hayes
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How Telemedicine is Revolutionizing Modern Healthcare

by Christina D. Warner, MBA
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I Have Post-Traumatic Stress and Didn’t Know It — and You Might, Too

by Amanda Scriver
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This is the Number of People That Have Been Asked By Their Bosses to Gossip About Coworkers

by CW Headley
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Good Social Relationships Are The Most Consistent Predictor of a Happy Life

by Thomas Oppong

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