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Online Psychological Tests: How to Learn More About Yourself and Not Accidentally Become a Follower of “Horoscopes”

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What is your character or temperament?

What is your level of emotional intelligence?

Is it easy to seduce you?

What kind of animal are you?

If you have taken a similar test at least once, you should read this text. Curiosity about their personality, character, and intellect forces people to look for information about themselves in books, articles, psychologists, or even horoscopes.

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11 Psychological Reasons Why Some People Seem More Attractive to Us

We tend to think that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. But, as the study shows, this is not entirely true. In fact, the truth is somewhere in between. Indeed, there are common standards of attractiveness, but our personal preferences also play a rather large role.

We at One Million Images decided to delve deeper into this topic and find out which features of people we consider more attractive without even realizing it.

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What Is Self-Fulfilling Prophecy and How Does It Work

Have you ever noticed that when we are subconsciously confident in something, in the end, this event happens exactly as we expected? For example, when we are very afraid of being late for work, we will definitely come later than the boss; we do everything so as not to get better, and as a result, we see plus 2 kg on the scales; if you are convinced that the partner is lying to us, then one day we’ll definitely catch them in a lie. And there are many other examples that each of us can recall from our past. What is it really: fate or a self-fulfilling prophecy that we pulled into our lives?

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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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