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Evidence that negative interactions lead to inflammation

New research documents the link between negative social interactions and the production of proteins that trigger inflammation in the body.

Read Social friction tied to inflammation, on ScienceNews.org.

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Yea, My heart, it is all a “drama rama” and people who engage in it are not living an authentic life. It is a shame, but it is very common. IN the meantime, culling this kind of person out of your life will make YOUR life better! It is called “setting boundaries.”

Hurtnomore,
what about an online store?
if you have designs for clothes that you created, or if you have purchased clothes that you can sell, start your own store.

Get an Etsy.com store. That type of experience would be great to get under your belt and much cheaper to start than a brick and mortar store.

If you get one together, post a link here so we can see.

Skylar- What a great idea! I definitely will post one.
OxDrover- I guess I get kinda scared when they say if business fails and you have no college degree let alone a master’s degree then you will be unemployed. Its almost like people will look down on you for not obtaining the highest degree. I mean you are right. I don’t need a degree to open up my own online and actual store.
Thank you both by the way!

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