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Why Do I feel Uncomfortable Hearing My Own Speech?

Question: It’s well known that we hear our own voices differently while speaking. However, many people feel physically uncomfortable listening to recordings of their speech. Why is this? My Commentary: Feeling physically uncomfortable listening to recordings of your own speech has a lot to do with our unrealistic psychic expectations of ourselves. Our mental pictures…

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Overcome The Sudden Feelings of Depression and Discouragement

Do you sometimes find yourself overwhelmed with the feelings of sudden discouragement and depression? For you, does it feel like your joy, enthusiasm and hope just vanish in a flash, and you are left with the unpleasant feelings moodiness, dejection and emptiness? This article may be helpful to you. Study shows that the more loving,…

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How To Beat Sudden Feelings of Depression and Discouragement

Do you sometimes find yourself overwhelmed with the feelings of sudden discouragement and depression? For you, does it feel like your joy, enthusiasm and hope just vanish in a flash, and you are left with the unpleasant feelings moodiness, dejection and emptiness? This article may be helpful to you. Study shows that the more loving,…

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