Don't Be Fooled: Weather Is Not Climate
Weather is not climate Weather is short-term and impossible to predict far in advance. Climate is the average weather over a long period of time.
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The Error in Isolating Events Many studies have been conducted regarding the psychological impact of a one particular event, like the trauma associated with the ongoing health crisis, or sudden job loss.... Good News, Bad News
A comprehensive study on Australian households, measuring the quality of wellbeing over 16 years found the following results:
The biggest emotional scars come from deaths, divorce, and heavy financial losses. Negative events linger in the mind for much longer than the positive ones. The emotional costs involved with separation (like from a spouse) can be significant, and should be avoided unless completely necessary. Problems rarely come all at once, and most people recover, showing resilience and adaptability. You Remain What You Are
Our level of wellbeing does not change much, with each event, even a catastrophic one, impacting us for a length of time, say a year or two, and then becoming normal to our minds, returning us to our previous levels of wellbeing.
This applies to
boosts as well as the plunges.