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Use The Reappraisal Technique To Deal With Anger

When you’re angry, rather than trying to push down your rage, try reappraising the situation. A change in perspective may help change your emotional response.

Be More Honest With People By Thinking Of The Truth As A Chance To Connect

It’s not always easy to be honest with people. We’re all guilty of telling a white lie or pretending to be okay with something that secretly drives us nuts. If you have a hard time being brutally honest with someone, think of it as a chance to improve your relationship with that person.

Antidepressants And Therapy Affect The Brain In Different Ways

If you have depression, you (or your doctor) may think of therapy and antidepressant drugs as alternative treatments that solve the same problem. But a new study supports the idea that each works a different way in the brain.

How The Impact Bias Affects Your Expectations Of Happiness

One of the odd quirks about human psychology is how bad we are at predicting our own future emotional states. We think good news will make us dramatically happier and a catastrophe will drag us down indefinitely, but the truth is much more counter-intuitive.

How To Move Through The Bush Like An Apex Predator

Ever wanted to be “vewy, vewy quiet” outdoors? Whether you’re hunting rabbits, playing paintball or preparing for the coming Apocalypse, it’s a skill that’s handy to learn. Thankfully, it’s not that difficult to master. This guide contains everything you need to know.

The Sound Of Your Voice Might Make You Seem Smarter When Pitching Ideas

You might think it would be easier to show off your intelligence with writing, but research suggests the sound of your voice is actually better at making you seem smarter and your ideas stronger.

Why Coworkers Steal Each Other's Stuff (And What You Can Do About It)

Your headphones have gone missing. Someone ate your lunch. Your desk chair has disappeared. Thievery thrives at the office and Fast Company explains why.

Find Out If Your Relationship Will Last By Going On A Canoe Trip (Or Heading To IKEA)

Before you decide to settle down with anyone, it’s a good idea to find out how they act under stressful situations. Take your pick: Go on a canoe ride or head to IKEA.

How Can You Overcoming Mental Roadblocks When Writing Code?

Programming can be as fulfilling an experience as it is frustrating. While you might have all the tools and design patterns in the world, sometimes a problem can seem unsolvable, or the solution too complex and lengthy to implement and anxiety quickly builds. So what do you do when your brain gives out at a critical coding juncture?

Don't Fear Rejection: It's Just One Person's Opinion

Most of us are adverse to rejection — we want people to like us and to be accepted. Fear of rejection could be a big barrier, however. To get over it, reconsider what you think “rejection” really means.

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