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If you're feeling ashamed, try cooling off

We've all had the sensation of "burning with embarrassment." According to new research from Canada's Western University, however, awareness of that phenomenon can help us. Given that a sensation of heat is associated with feelings of shame, it's claimed that alleviating the sensation can lessen those feelings... Continue Reading If you're feeling ashamed, try cooling off Category: Health &
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