What is emotional attachment? The best way to learn about it

By now you know what emotional attachment is: a psychological phenomenon in which you feel the need to hold onto your partner and their loved ones because of how you feel about them.You might even have felt that way at one point or another in your life.You may have even seen yourself doing so in […]

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When sadness and happy emotions meet: Emotion-boosting medications are a new and lucrative avenue for doctors

Emotion therapy is a promising alternative to traditional medication for depression and anxiety, but it can be extremely costly.It’s a business that’s growing, but one that’s also not yet widely accepted by the medical community.With new and innovative medications being developed, Emotronic has been busy marketing them to the health care industry, but its main […]

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Study finds people can ‘feel’ a person’s emotions

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is looking at how the brain uses emotion to manage stress.It wants to find out if it can detect and process emotion.The study, published in the journal NeuroImage, was led by Dr. Yair Rosenberg, director of the Cognitive Neurosciences Center at Columbia University Medical Center.Emotion is a key ingredient […]

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Why do we play all-time classics?

It’s all about nostalgia, explains the man who wrote the game that made Fortnite so successful.“Fortnite’s fans want to play games with them and they want to experience that experience,” he told the BBC.“I think that’s what makes the game so special.It has such a unique feel.There’s so much of that nostalgia that I think […]

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Why it’s a great idea for Apple to take over WhatsApp

Apple, which owns WhatsApp, has been testing a new messaging app called Emoji, which it hopes will be able to handle some of the problems that WhatsApp has experienced.The company said it has tested Emoji on phones running Android and iOS, with some people reporting problems with their WhatsApp account.Emoji is not yet available for […]

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Emotional sobris: A ‘reluctant’ sobrietor in a country where the economy has faltered

Emotional respite: A “reluptant” sobriete, or “wobbly” person, is someone who has been through some kind of traumatic event and is not at all in control of his or her emotions.In the US, it’s called “wobbling” or “bruising”.But in the UK, it doesn’t actually mean anything, according to the BBC.The phrase “wiggle” comes from the […]

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