The things you choose to buy, your health, who you choose to marry, your career, your emotions, and your finances. These decisions all happen in the background without you noticing.
Using distractions for self-expansion builds strength, while using them for self-suppression simply shields us from the pain we’re avoiding.
New research suggests there are good ways and not-so-good ways to spend our break time. While some breaks can leave us refreshed and reenergized, others tend to leave us depleted and drained.
Recent studies have shown a dearth of social interaction with people you care about and who care about you not only leads to loneliness, but is also linked to a range of harmful physical effects. In other words: A lack of close friendships may be hazardous to your health.