Psychology Facts to Know

1. $\text{Psychology}$ says, $\color{#3D99F6}{Cheaters}$ think everyone $\color{#3D99F6}{cheats}$ . $\color{#456461}{Liars}$ think everyone $\color{#456461}{lies}$. Keep this in mind.
2. $\text{Psychology}$ says Usually, the people with the best advice are the ones with the most problems.
3. $\text{Psychology}$ says, The happier 😊 you are, the less sleep you require to function in everyday life. Sadness 😖increases the urge to sleep more.
4. $\text{Psychology}$ says, one of the worst feelings in the world is knowing you did the best you could and it still wasn't good enough. .
5. $\text{Psychology}$ says, $\color{#D61F06}{Marrying}$ your best friend eliminates the risk of divorce by over 70%. These marriages are more likely to last a lifetime.
6. $\text{Psychology}$ says, $\textbf{Music and sleep}$, two great ways to escape from everything.

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Please provide verifiable sources for your claims

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Three more facts:
7. The best feeling in the world is knowing that you actually mean something to someone. This can literally add years to your life.
8. Psychology says, Don't ruin a good today by thinking about a bad yesterday.
9. Ways to fight depression:
• Hug a tree.
• Cuddle.
• Hug a friend.
• Text someone you care about.
• Smile more.
• Listen to music

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Well in my case the no 5 above counted among the 30%....😑

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5 sounds very interesting. I'll definitely try it.

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All the best!!!

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Best of luck!!!

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What if my best friend is also male :/

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Adjust... Ahh!!! Just joking.

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Thats the problem. hahaha

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Question From all these lines what can you infer about the person who said them?

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