How to talk to strangers in real life
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Why are people so reluctant to share their true emotions?
It seems strange, but the answer may be that social interactions can sometimes be the only way to talk about them.
A new study from the University of Michigan has found that strangers may not only be able to empathise with you, but also make your life a little easier.
Read more Read moreThe study was conducted with Facebook users, who were asked to rate the emotional impact of a friend’s appearance, and the response of strangers.
The participants also rated their own emotions and how the two affect their social interactions.
The results show that when it comes to facial expressions, the more people have a shared understanding of others emotions, the happier they are.
People rated their fellow friends as being more emotional than strangers, and they rated their strangers as being less emotional than their own friends.
In the second experiment, participants rated how the facial expressions of a stranger, and a stranger’s friend, affected their social interaction.
They also had to rate how their friends felt about the strangers facial expressions.
Finally, the participants were asked how much time they spent looking at other people’s faces.
As the study authors note, this is important because the results showed that people’s emotions were more closely related to how they looked at other faces.
The researchers also found that people who had a friend in common rated their friends as having more emotional connections than their strangers.
Being in a close social circle can be one of the most effective ways to empathize with others.
You might think that people would be more likely to share with their friends how they feel, but this may be because they are less likely to have the resources or motivation to share.Read more “People with similar personalities are also more likely than their peers to share in common the emotional state of their peers,” lead author Jessica Jaffe said in a press release.
The findings were published in the journal Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
Why are people so reluctant to share their true emotions?It seems strange, but the answer may be that social interactions…