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Phubbing threatens the 4 “fundamental needs” - belongingness, self-esteem, meaningful existence and control - by making phubbed people feel excluded and ostracized.
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Unhappiness and depression are on the same platform. They both are caused due to our disconnection from what makes us happy.
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If the work you're doing isn't meaningful, people are bound to get anxious, depressed and unhappy. The most stress-inducing is the work that is monotonous and boring.
This is a term that describes the habit of endlessly scrolling social media and news feeds full of doom and gloom on one’s smartphone screen, something which is eroding our mental health.
One feels anxious and wants to hook the mind back to the doom and threat cycle, to gather more information.
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There’s great research coming out that says that jocular abuse, particularly swearing among friends, is a strong signal of the degree of trust that those friends share.
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Attitudinal surveys show that both men and women tend to judge women’s swearing much more harshly.
For example, when women with breast cancer or arthritis swear as a result of their condition, they’re much more likely to lose friends, particularly female friends. Whereas men who swear about conditions like testicular cancer tend to bond more closely with other men using the same vocabulary.