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The Emotion Machine 🧠 Aug 16
The greatest predictor of future behavior is past behavior. That's not to say people can't change their direction in life, but many people don't.
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The Emotion Machine 🧠 Aug 23
Sometimes bad things happen to good people for no good reason. The "just world fallacy" is the erroneous belief that we always get what we deserve, but it's not always true – and accepting this is an important part of accepting our reality.
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World Economic Forum Aug 22
Cause for hope: We hit peak optimism at 55
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The Emotion Machine 🧠 Aug 18
Music is one of the most popular ways we regulate our mental state. Here is a great breakdown of the many ways we can use the power of music to augment our lives (including using music for relaxation, motivation, creativity, and happiness).
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Ross Grant 23h
Replying to @rossagrant
It’s been a tough day, but 12 hours later, I’m all good again. I’ve been lucky enough to have some AMAZING people around me this last decade, and I’ve learnt an awful lot about human & . Let me quickly share what I’ve learnt with you. Hope it helps!
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HMK alias MANOJ Aug 24
# 7PrinciplesOfConsistency:1)Objectively identify edges2)Predefine risk of every trade3)Completely accept the risk or be ready to let go the trade4)Act on edges without hesitation5)Pay yourself as the mkt makes money avlb to u....
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TheModernApe Aug 20
Here's an odd thing to consider: All of your sensory information is a hallucination. We don't directly look at "reality" through the senses. It is processed by our brains which give us a certain perception. All of your life has been a hallucination.
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Lily Lewis Aug 23
Have you had a traumatic experience? Please consider taking part in my doctoral thesis survey at . £50 Amazon voucher prize draw. Please RT. Thanks!
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The Emotion Machine 🧠 Aug 24
You shouldn't take any single thought too seriously. Think of your mind as a "suggestion box" and you have the power to veto any thought or impulse. This is the power of "free won't."
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Ian Kremer Aug 24
Please re-Tweet to raise awareness about attacks. (image via )
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Miss Demeanour Aug 19
Putting this out there if people could singleparent Masters no student loan this year and stuck on. currently scraping through the school holi days...
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Mike Wells 22h
Fun - the first 4 words you see describe your personality
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u1530577 Aug 24
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Yenny Smith's AP Psych4life 🦈 Aug 23
I can now officially announce I have graduated with a Masters of Science in Forensic Psychology with a 4.0 GPA all while being a full time teacher and full time student! :)
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David Pearce Aug 20
“The problem with introspection is that it has no end.” (Philip K. Dick)
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victoria w willard, phd Aug 23
Happy 10th anniversary to the Department of Psychology!!! 🎉🍾🎉🍾🎂
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NAMI Bucks County PA Aug 22
Sometimes it can be handy to have a little reminder of what not to do. 💜 ****⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Jenny White Aug 22
I now just need one more person from the Republic of Ireland to talk about how business owners can look after their mental health and combat stress. Any takers?
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HMK alias MANOJ Aug 22
Trying to make up for a small loss usually leads to big loss becoz the make up trades that you take will not be based on any trade setups, rather most of the time these are random trades.
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HMK alias MANOJ Aug 24
If you have found an edge in trading that doesn’t mean that the edge works all the time; the only way to ensure that the edge is effective is to take all the trades that satisfy the edge which increases the sample size and in the long run you will see eff results.
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