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Does ‘whining’ really make you happier? A therapist gives his verdict

By Ray O'Neill, Assistant Professor in Psychotherapy, Dublin City University
A problem shared is a problem halved. Research by Age UK shows that only 29% of adults share their worries, but of these 36% feel brighter as a result; 26% feel relief having confided in someone, and 8% feel that the problem recedes once shared.

Both the Sun and Daily Mail newspapers recently highlighted researchThe Conversation

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