To Quickly Shake Off a Bad Mood, Remember the 3 Ms | Nick Wignall
On a basic level, human beings are born to connect. We can form complex relationships to build, coordinate, and take advantage of interpersonal connections.
Individualism and independence have led to isolation, which results in amplifying our suffering. Connecting with others in any way possible can help boost our mood.
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