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No one likes rejection and being turned down by someone you like can be a major hit to your ego. Common wisdom has been that being rejected makes you look for a “rebound” acceptance to fill the void, even if that rebound isn’t as good as the person you didn’t quite catch. But ... Read More »
Even with a normal baseline production of neurotransmitters and a normal receptor activity, chronic stressors or chronic pain can alter your brain's physiology, allowing major depression to develop. In other words, external events play a big role in your mood; it is certainly not all about genetics. For example, if your environment is stressful ... Read More »
Ways to take care of your emotional well-being are: Pay attention to what you think and feel. Identifying and understanding the sources of stress in your life is the first step towards coping. Eat well, get enough rest, and be physically active. These wellness strategies can help you feel calm and more resilient. Exercise and regular ... Read More »

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