The more you have or possess in terms of materialistic possessions and luxuries, the more happy will you be, is not how it actually works. In fact the opposite works better in the long run. You will be happier by limiting your choices. Freedom of choice, increased expectations, indecision and unhappiness at some point get entwined and make a bad picture, leading to a stressed life.
People who build houses and offices come across people preferring vaulted ceilings many a times, but did not know why, until this very interesting business related study done at University of Minnesota confirmed that ceiling height may affect the way folks act and think. It further elaborated and said that higher ceiling of about 10 feet or so stimulates more abstract, free form thinking while lower height in the 8-foot range may push people to focus harder on the specifics.
According to studies done by Decision Scientists at Carnegie Mellon University and the RAND Corporation – good decision-making skills lead to a better quality of life. Decision-making is a separate skill in itself and has nothing to do with verbal and non-verbal intelligence. This bit is full of god news. Another one to follow is that socio-economic status doesn’t have much to do with one’s ability to make good choices. Decision-making skills can be taught, learned and improved upon.
Scientists have identified a specific group of compounds in the apple peel that have potent anti-cancer properties besides their earlier findings that said that the apple peel holds most of the health-enhancing phytochemicals (which contain natural antioxidants which help reduce the risk of chronic type of health problems like stroke, heart and lung cancer.
A new study reveals that the way people react to a crisis in their lives (negatively or positively) depends upon the amount of compassion they have for themselves. Such people handle the negatives better. Possessing self-compassion allows people to accept the responsibility for a bad experience in their life and bounce back. Not only bounce back but also learn the lesson and become an improved person from it. They emerge better.
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