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“I have a new client, a laid-off lawyer, who’s commuting in every day — to his Starbucks,” suggests this Counselor. “He gets dressed up, meets with colleagues, networks; he calls it his Western White House. I have encouraged him to keep his routine.”
“It’s a self-conscious emotion, reflecting how you feel about yourself, and it has this important social component,” that article suggests. “It’s the strongest status signal we know of among the emotions; stronger than a happy expression, contentment, anything.”
No doubt humans are proud creatures -- but can I put on a fake smile (with a tilted head) all the way through life?
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