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Those Who Share a Roof Share Emotions

theatlantic.com

Emotions are contagious

Working in a negative environment can make you feel more miserable, and sharing a roof with a negative person can make you feel depressed.

We can try to withdraw from unhappy people, but when we really love others who are suffering, we want to help, not av...

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Studies found that even if you live within a mile of a friend who becomes cheerful, you’re likely to become happy too.

A clear way to catch an emotion is through conversation, where we project the emotions of others through our facial expressions, tone of ...

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  • We can in part catch others emotions physiologically. If we see someone else in pain, we often express that on our faces.
  • People living together tend to influence one another’s feelings. A study found that a non-depressed roommate will show signs of ...

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When love surpasses the trouble of a partner, a parent, a child or a friend, we can still sustain our own well-being.

  • Work on your own joy. It will give you the happiness reserves you need to help the unhappy person.
  • Don’t take it personally. E...

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