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emotional stability

In Stress and Health

Living in the moment

On average, people spend more time focusing on the present than thinking about the past or the future, finds a study published in the scientific journal Emotion. The researchers of this study also suggest that people who “live in the now” are more likely to become happier over time. Researchers texted 67 participants five times a day for one week, asking them what they were thinking at that moment and whether those thoughts were past-, present- or future-focused. Participants also completed…

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In Personality/ Tests

Having Personality…

Human personality is quite complex and not easy to define. It’s well known that personality is an asset of traits that influence how an individual interacts with other people and with the environmental surroundings. Scientists argue that personality is consistent and sustains over a lifetime. Overall, certain personality traits predict particular life outcomes. However, culture and social group influence some of personality traits. Behaviour can vary dramatically according to the situation. So, understanding your own personality can help you make…

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