Stunning Psychologist Facts
1. Psychologists have found that sending and receiving text messages can actually boost your mood when you're feeling lonely.
2. Psychologists have found that whenever you're in a bad mood, you can feel better just by forcing yourself to smile.
3. Psychologists believe you should forget about all the reasons why it wont work
4. Psychologists say, the people with the best advice have experienced a lot of issues in their own life.
5. Psychologists suggest, when people see you get openly embarrassed, they tend to think of you as a nice person.
6. Psychologists say: The person who tries to keep everyone happy often ends up feeling the loneliest.
7. Psychologist suggest, the average high school student has the same level of anxiety as the average psychiatric patient would in 1950s.
8. Psychologists have proven that we tend to overestimate ourselves -- We are not as nice as we think we are.
9. Psychologists say that when meeting someone for the first time, you only have about 7 seconds to make a powerful first impression.
10. Psychologists have found that the most successful couples feel calm and connected when they are side-by-side.
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