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Want to boost your well-being while you’re on social media? Try these three tricks. https://t.co/ECv6Azh3jz — Psychology Today (@PsychToday) November 10, 2019 1. Reframe your experience The ability to regulate and manage our emotions crucially affects how we experience negative emotions, and therefore, how resilient we are. One strategy, inContinue Reading

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