If you were to track the daily happenings that flatten people's moods, you would likely find rejection at the core.
If you were to track the daily happenings that flatten people's moods, you would likely find rejection at the core. "A very high percentage of negative events are related to the feeling that someone else doesn't value a relationship as much as you do," says Duke University psychologist Mark Leary. Those are the sore feelings that accompany such thoughts as, "Why did my coworker brush me off in that meeting?" or "My husband is watching TV when he should be paying attention to me!" ...Observers see a wave of psychological fragility pushing individuals in our culture toward oversensitivity to rejection.
Sharon Salzberg, world-renowned mindfulness leader, teaches meditation at Big Think Edge.
- Sharon Salzberg teaches mindfulness meditation for Big Think Edge.
The navigation tool has placed a school in the sea, among other things.
- Google has apologized for the sudden instability of its maps in Japan.
- Speculation on the latter option caused Zenrin shares to drop 16% last Friday.
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A new computer model solves a pair of Jovian riddles.
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- Putting the two questions together revealed the answer to both.
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