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Pew: Social media makes people even less likely to share unpopular opinions

Everyone knows the old saying that’s handy around the holidays, “Don’t talk about religion or politics in polite company” — that is unless you come from one of those families where the children somehow didn’t rebel against every ideal their parents hold dear. Indeed, research from before the days of the Internet indicates that, unsurprisingly, people [...]

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How to Stop Being a Pushover

If you feel like you’re always being taken advantage of, and it seems like you’re on the losing end of every situation, it’s time to turn things around. Here’s a few ways you can change your mindset and become the strong, assertive person you want to be. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source

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The Benefits of Pessimism

Generally speaking, most of us try to be optimistic whenever possible because it makes life a little easier to cope with if you assume everything will work out. Pessimism has its benefits though, and The Wall Street Journal highlights a few of them. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source

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