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Social connections support positivity

If emotions are contagious, so are positive social connections.

Researchers found that social relationships, social support, and social acceptance helped develop positive self-esteem throughout people's lives. A positive feedback loop accumulates over time.

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Mother of two girlsπŸ™ MotivatorπŸ’― Good Vibes✌

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