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Neuroscientist Lisa Feldman Barrett explains how emotions are made – The Verge

Emotions“But learning new emotions words is good because you can learn to feel more subtle emotions, and that makes you better at regulating your emotions. For example, you can learn to distinguish between distress and discomfort. This is partly why mindfulness meditation is so useful to people who have chronic pain — it lets you separate out the physical discomfort from the distress.”

Interesting article from theverge.com – Source: Neuroscientist Lisa Feldman Barrett explains how emotions are made – The Verge

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