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anxiety and other negative feelings.“If your feeds are like ours, they’re mostly composed of distressing news and politicking. Keeping up with these endless streams is far from uplifting,” said Frederickson.People who spend more time actively interacting with others experience more positive and fewer negative emotions, the survey discovered.

This was true for introverts and extroverts alike, and especially for people living alone, according to the researchers’ data.“Importantly, it matters how one is interacting with others,” said Michael M. Prinzing, a graduate fellow at the Parr Center for Ethics at UNC-Chapel Hill who works in the PEP lab.

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