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Saturday, August 10, 2013

The Nocebo Effect: Negative Thoughts Can Harm Your Health

From Dr. Lissa Rankin's "Owning Pink" blog at the Psychology Today website, something I've told many people who JUST WOULD NOT BELIEVE ME for whatever reason(s) (personally, I think stubbornness is the primary culprit in two or three of these cases):
The Nocebo Effect:  Negative Thoughts Can Harm Your Health

I do hope this will wake some people up to the undesirable effects of constantly dwelling on their miseries, and the benefits of optimism.


~ G.

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