@PsyPost @MleSoup huh, interesting — girlhack (@girlhack) October 22, 2015 The researchers discovered that emotions that last a shorter time are typically elicited by events that have relatively low importance attached to them. On the other hand, long-lasting emotions tend to be caused by events that have strong implications forContinue Reading

Why Depression and Sadness Are not the Same | World of Psychology http://t.co/SAZGMiwz7n – Kyle MacDonald (@kylemacd) October 19, 2014 In order to be diagnosed with clinical depression, an individual must experience at least five out of nine specific symptoms, Ducharme said. (Again, this is for at least two weeks.)Continue Reading