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Study Explores How We Deal with Guilt

Research published in the journal Psychological Science found that people's feelings of guilt are lessened after they experience pain.

Some volunteers were asked to think and write a short essay about a time they had been mean-spirited or unkind to someone. Others were asked to write about a routine event in their lives. Then ...

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