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Hedonism leads to happiness

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Relaxing on the sofa or savoring a delicious meal: Enjoying short-term pleasurable activities that don’t lead to long-term goals contributes at least as much to a happy life as self-control, according to new research from the University of Zurich and Radboud University in the Netherlands. The researchers, therefore, argue for a greater appreciation of hedonism in psychology.

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How Mindfulness Is Shaping The Growing Minds

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Meditation has been a growing trend for the past few years. With 792 million of the global population experiencing at least one form of mental disorder, meditation has quickly swept across the globe. In the US, the mindfulness industry has reached $1 billion.

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Toxic coworkers? What to do

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Working in an office environment, you are bound to work with a few people that you would dislike. However, toxic co-workers are a different breed as they can suck out the joy and happiness out of the environment in a snap.

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How to change your life

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The secret to a successful day is founded on the way it starts.

A productive morning is more often than not followed up with success which extends into the afternoon and beyond.

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How Self-Control Works

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The scientific community is increasingly coming to realize how central self-control is to many important life outcomes. We have always known about the impact of socioeconomic status and IQ, but these are factors that are highly resistant to interventions. In contrast, self-control may be something that we can tap into to make sweeping improvements in life outcomes.

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Habits of miserable and unhappy people

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Choice. Every day we make a choice to either be grateful and happy, or we choose to see the bad in everything and be miserable. No matter what may come our way, we choose how to react and how we allow it to affect us. It’s okay to be sad and unhappy sometimes, but it’s not okay when it becomes a habit.

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7 Habits of Confident People

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1. They make eye contact

People who are naturally confident and unafraid to show it move through the world with calmness and grace that often inspires envy in others.

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15 Habits of Highly Miserable People

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The definition of a miserable person is wretchedly unhappy or uncomfortable. That is pretty spot on, don’t you think?

When a person is miserable, they never see or expect the good in anything and always try to make those around them feel just as bad and negative as them. Being miserable is a way of life for some people because they get sympathy, constant reassurance from other miserable people, and a sense of self, defined by whatever circumstance they find themselves in.

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‘Gaming Disorder’ Is Now an Official Medical Condition

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Nearly anywhere you go, it’s easy to find children and adults alike transfixed by their phones, and while texting and social media certainly claim a big part of that attention, increasingly it’s gaming that’s drawing us in.

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Why people gossip?

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Gossip. All humans partake in some form, despite the age-old adage, “If you have nothing nice to say, don’t say anything at all.” Whether it’s workplace chatter, the sharing of family news, or group texts between friends, it’s inevitable that everyone who talks, well, talks about other people. In fact, a 1993 observational study found that male participants spent 55% of conversation time and female participants spent 67% conversation time on “the discussion of socially relevant topics.”

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