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5 Dangerous Thinking Traps That Pull Us to the Very Bottom

You can say that human actions and behavior are guided by reason and logic. However, if you dig a little deeper, it turns out that the rationality of people is quite exaggerated. Because of the love for labels and templates, and most importantly, the desire for saving resources, the brain of any individual, even the most sane and intellectually developed, is subject to all kinds of cognitive distortions that imperceptibly spoil life.

We were pretty impressed with how thinking mistakes can leave our lifestyle if we don’t recognize them in time and fight them. Therefore, we have selected the most common of them to understand their impact on you.

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3 More Books for Happy Thoughts

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2020 has been hard for so many. With everything that’s happening in the world right now, people are desperate for something positive and optimistic. So we decided to continue the first list and present you with three more books for lifting moods up.

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Book Antidepressant: 4 Books for Positive Emotions

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If you’re living in a four-season country, your mood and well-being have probably decreased proportionally along with daylight and the number of sunny days. So you may need to look for new sources of vigor and improve your mental state through your own actions.

Reading quality literature in itself has a therapeutic effect, and a well-chosen book just makes everything better.

We chose these three books specifically so you can help yourself release your stress and make your like a little better.

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Mental Health: What It Is, How to Take Care of It and When to Go to the Doctor

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In the United States, almost half of adults (46.4 percent) will experience a mental illness during their lifetime.

The most common illness is depression. Next on the list are drug addiction, alcoholism, anxiety disorder and schizophrenia.

People are not used to taking care of their mental health: they rarely turn to specialists and usually do not understand what is happening to them.

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