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Taming the green-eyed monster: jealousy and its benefits | Tim Lomas

Hostile, corrosive and damaging it may be, but envy can be used wisely to help us clarify our goals, says Dr Tim Lomas Envy is becoming an increasingly prominent topic in the field of psychology, particularly in an ever-growing world of social media. We are constantly bombarded with images of other people’s supposedly perfect lives. Even though logic dictates that these images are hugely selective, their impact is powerful.
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