Experts suggest ways to correct habits that keep us from resting well
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One's overly dismal and the other is overly unhelpful. The only thing you can tell the dismal one is that everything works out in the end, mostly because if it doesn't kill her she was able to deal. The unhelpful one is right in the regard that it takes time and getting to a certain point is a process, but telling someone give to make themselves feel better is foolhearty. Karma isn't actually a thing if something is to come back and reward you it's because you set it in motion to happen. Sure you can smile and be courteous to people but retail workers do that everyday and tell me how many of them wouldn't rather be doing something else?
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I’ll be giving these thoughts to my graduate students tonight.
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