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What Facebook’s ‘emotion study’ teaches us about mood
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What Facebook’s ‘emotion study’ teaches us about mood

Facebook has just released the findings of a (pretty controversial) ‘emotion study’ it undertook in 2012. ‘A small percentage’ of emotional words were hidden from approx 700,000 people’s news feeds over the course of one week to see the effect on their online behaviour. The words and phrases chosen were generally considered to represent happy, sad, … Continue reading

Tips to beat stress and anxiety
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Tips to beat stress and anxiety

With new research finding a whopping one in five women experiencing symptoms of anxiety all day every day, it’s time to take action. Below are some articles we have contributed to ourselves and also other news reports we thought you’d find helpful. To get started, here’s one of the simplest strategies of all: if you notice your shoulders are up … Continue reading

Genuinely inspirational quotes that’ll make you feel happier, motivated and less like punching a wall
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Genuinely inspirational quotes that’ll make you feel happier, motivated and less like punching a wall

We all have them – a friend who regularly posts supposedly uplifting mantras online or drops them into conversation, but more often than not they have no relevance to modern life or don’t make sense (you know the type: ‘the shilling is worth a pound to those with no wheat’ etc.). Obviously you’re allowed to ignore them … Continue reading