Editor Note: One of the main pillars of brain fitness is to develop and maintain stimulating social relationships. This article describes a recent social psychology study that sheds some light on what good you can get from such relationships.
A great post by Matthew Brim that we are pleased to bring you thanks to our collaboration with The Greater Good Magazine.
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.Why Other People’s Good News Could Be Good for You
How often does this happen to you: You come home ecstatic about some great news—a job promotion, a victorious tennis match, or maybe just the latest Ben and Jerry’s ice cream flavor—and you immediately relate the experience [Read more…] about Why Maintaining Stimulating Relationships is Good for You