How to Be a More Patient Person
Patience decreases negative emotions and conditions like anxiety and depression. It also increases empathy, generosity and compassion.
Patience as a personality trait can be cultivated and modified.
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Considering what living well means guides your choices. It gets people to think about how they want to be involved in the world.
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These conversations set the stage to get answers and ideas to discuss.