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Newsletter 9 

Links and Ressources about Social Pain



"the same pain region that registers distress of physical pain are active when we experience social pain."

"This animation reflects on the workplace being one of the most common social environments the brain is exposed to and invites you to consider how your brain may be responding to social cues at work, or how you may be influencing your coworkers' brain responses by what you say or do".





Rejection Hurts. Why? Because Emotional & Physical Pain Are Almost The Same - To Your Brain

If you prefer reading instead of watching a video, here are a couple of very interesting (and easy to read) articles on the subject.


What is Social Pain and Why It's More Common Than Ever 

How to cope with social pain

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