Emotions and Feelings
Why pessimists have a reason to be cheerful
Whatever explains Japan’s chart-topping life expectancy, it isn’t being really chipper all the time
Bosses should be sent on mental health courses to stop employees becoming stressed and depressed, claims major study as expert reveals tips to make you happier at work
- Employees reported 18% less sick days if their manager went on the course
- Hectic workloads can often lead to poor mental health - resulting in sick days
- The world-first University of New South Wales research is dubbed 'promising'
Persuading your boss to go on a mental health awareness course could stop you from becoming depresse
Reading: Jealousy, Prejudice, and Short People
Boundaries define where we end and other people begin, both physically and emotionally. Psychologically, they define a space we see as our own, separate from other people. When we are in love or feel very close to another person through friendship, collaboration, or special circumstances, boundaries may get blurred, as we see ourselves not as separate from them. However, even then boundaries continue to be an important piece of our emotional health.
Is Envy Eating Us alive?
Have you ever been in the situation of seeing someone you perceive as an equal succeed beyond their – and your – wildest dreams? Have you ever struggled to understand how they did it, given that they are, according to you, no more talented or skilled than you? If the answer to these questions is yes, you have likely struggled with the painful feeling of envy.
- Are introversion and extraversion inherited qualities?
- In what age does the type of personality peep?
- Is it possible to be an extravert and introvert simultaneously?
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