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Get Even or Get on With Your Life? Why Revenge May Be Best Not Served At All

by Erica Laubach, Oakland University

“Continuing to hold angry memories and to ruminate on them acts as a barrier to forgiveness. Results suggest that some individuals may continue to have long living fantasies of revenge when the conflict is long over” (Barber, Maltby & Macaskill, 2005, p.

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Beyond Happiness: Well-Being and beyond that?

Today’s post is dedicated to our Uncle Albert.  On April 9th he will be 90 years old and today he is celebrating in style with family and friends!   692 more words

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Making mental health a crucial part of student welfare

University students are perhaps one of the most stressed demographics in any country.

The constant pressure of assignments and exams, an ever-increasing loan debt and the notion that their entire future is on the line can really stack up. 321 more words

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