2 comments | Friday, October 14, 2016

  1. If you yawn and someone else in the room yawns, it means they were either staring at you or interested in you romantically. 
  2. People who understand sarcasm well are often good at reading people's mind. 
  3. 90% of the people will text things they cant say in person. 
  4. Always be careful what you hear about a woman. Rumors either come from a man that can't have her or a woman who can't compete with her. 
  5. If a person laugh too much even at stupid things, he/she is lonely deep inside. 
  6. When you love someone, you want them to be happy, even if its not with you. 
  7. Based on a psychology study, a crush only lasts for a maximum of 4 months. If it exceeds you are in love with that person.
  8. The most powerful way to win an argument is by asking questions. It can make people see flaws in their logic.  
  9. Never get attached to anyone unless they feel the same toward you, because one sided expectations can mentally destroy you. 
  10. Tripping in your dreams and waking up with a twitch, happen when your brain thinks you are dying.

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  1. Here are 2 psychological facts about the feelings and emotions of human beings collected from various psychologist websites

    1. Mirror neurons are related to empathy
    Mirror neurons are key to the harmonization of individuals with the environment, since they allow capturing the emotions of others, not through conceptual reasoning but through direct experience. The cause of you blushing when you see someone when you are being humiliated, or that you identify with a person when you are crying, is because of the mirror neurons. Ramachandran says that these neurons give us the ability to empathize , that is, that makes us feel what others feel.

    2. Laughter and humor are a form of therapy
    There are many types of psychological therapy that exist. One of them is laughter therapy, an alternative therapy that consists of creating situations that encourage laughter and humor . In this way it is possible to relieve physical and emotional tensions. The benefits of laughter therapy are many.

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