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5 Ways to Get Out of a Bad Mood (Backed by Psychology)

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There is nothing worse than being caught in a bad mood, especially when it seemingly comes out of nowhere. It can be caused by one thing, one off comment, a snide look, or an empty coffee cup, and the negativity overwhelms us and throws us into a bad mood.

But now that you find yourself in one, it’s pointless to continue to stay there. Being in a bad mood is okay for a short time, but you don’t have to stay in a bad mood.

It isn’t productive or conducive to you being happy and living your best life. Some psychologists believe a bad mood originates due to ego depletion.

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