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#anger and #sadness are an #important part of life, and new research shows that experiencing and accepting such #emotions are vital to our #mental_health . Attempting to suppress thoughts can backfire and even diminish our sense of contentment. “Acknowledging the complexity of life may be an especially fruitful path to psychological well-being,” says psychologist Jonathan M. Adler of the Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering.
&neo 2013-09-25  


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In many cases, thinking that we are limited is itself a limiting factor. There is accumulating evidence that suggests that our thoughts are often capable of extending our #cognitive_limits and physical limits.
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Gut #Bacteria May Exacerbate #Depression


The digestive tract and the brain are crucially linked, according to mounting evidence showing that diet and gut bacteria are able to influence our behavior, thoughts and mood. Now researchers have found evidence of bacterial translocation, or "leaky gut," among people with depression.
&neo 2014-08-21  


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