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Psychology Study: Abundance can make us forget to appreciate the small things.

Just because some things are difficult here and now doesn't mean that will always be the case. Understanding this can help make things a lot less stressful and burdensome.

Individuals who don't believe in free will show reduced self-control. Because if you really believe you have no control over your life, why bother?

Anger in the right situation can be motivating and improve well-being.

In a new study, individuals who were told that they were going for a "scenic walk" rather than an "exercise walk" were less likely to perceive the activity as physical exercise, and also less likely to snack afterwards - because they didn't feel they needed to "reward" themselves for their physical activity.

Stress reduces when shared with people in a similar situation. It's always nice to know someone else feels the same way as you - makes your feelings more "normal.

Individuals who feel chills from music have more "openness to experience.

Angry outbursts raise risk of heart attack and stroke. Stay calm and be healthy!

Angry outbursts raise risk of heart attack and stroke. Stay calm and be healthy!

Never stop using your brain! A new study finds how living a more "intellectual life" can protect against future dementia and cognitive decline.

Sense of purpose and meaning lengthens lifespan. It's a lot easier to live longer when you have something to live for.

Kids who are allowed to play freely have greater social success as adults. Unstructured play time allows children to develop the flexibility needed to adapt to changing circumstances and environments - an ability that comes in very handy when life becomes unpredictable as an adult.

Believing you've slept well even if you haven't improves cognitive ability. Type of placebo effect?

The more meaningful and relevant a topic is to you and your own life, the easier it will be to learn it.

The more meaningful and relevant a topic is to you and your own life, the easier it will be to learn it.

Instead of telling your kids, "You're really smart" say, "Good try!" or "I like the way you did that." Encourage and reward effort and practice. The same goes for how you praise yourself too.

Sad music enhances positive emotions when you "appreciate its beauty." I have noticed this.

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