Andy’s Quick Hits (66): Good Listeners Improve Brain Resilience

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Yes, when you’ve had rough time, it is good to talk to someone. We all know that. Sometimes it is just letting off steam, sometimes we may need deeper social support or comfort. But is this feeling of comfort and ability to release one’s feelings actually beneficial to the brain? Generally it would be because positive feelings are associated with positive chemicals in the brain and…

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