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Why Do We Eat Too Much? | Repeat to Learn | Be Kind to Feel Happier
By Zen Breaks • Issue #21 • View online
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73. Why Do We Eat Too Much?
You may need a different type of diet
You may need a different type of diet
Frequently, diets don’t work because they are related to the main cause of obesity.
In many cases, obesity has nothing to do with food, it is a manifestation of our emotional malnutrition. 
Feeling more connected and understood can be the real diet we need to do, as explained in this video of The School Of Life.
74. Repeat to Really Learn
Why We Only Learn When We Repeat
Why We Only Learn When We Repeat
The old systems may have exceeded the use of repetition, but the modern system of education may have forgotten its role.
In a world of constant distractions pulling our attention, we may need repetition as a tool to learn new attitudes.
“Our education system is based on the idea that we can learn things once, and that they’ll then stay in our minds throughout our lives. That’s far too optimistic. Our brains are like sieves. If anything is going to remain in them, we need regular reminders of what really matters. ” The School Of Life
75. Spread Kindness to Feel Happier
The Importance Of Spreading Kindness
The Importance Of Spreading Kindness
If you need a selfish reason to be kind, here it is: showing kindness will make you feel happier and more fulfilled.
Reuben Wachs explains the many benefits of helping people in a very interesting way.
MORE TO READ (affiliate links)
MORE TO READ (affiliate links)
How To Be Calmer (eBook series)
How To Be Calmer (eBook series)
Simple ways to reduce stress - “How To Be Calmer” - on Amazon.
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