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Malaysian lecturers Eugene Tee and Tsee Leng Choy, who wrote 'Of Bromances And Biting Cute Babies', have authored a book about the science of emotions.
Columnist Sandy Clarke says it's not right but it's OK to feel bad. Forcing all our emotions down also means we're not allowing ourselves to enjoy our humanity.
If we try to suppress distressing emotions, it’s like sending them to the basement to work out: they come back much stronger than before.
Keep your emotions in check, have a clear mind and beat anxiety with these exercises.
'Of Bromances And Biting Cute Babies’, by Malaysian university lecturers Eugene Tee and Tsee Leng Choy, takes readers into the science of feelings, thoughts and behaviour.
Teaching people strategies for regulating their emotions might help prevent cases of insomnia to occur and decrease the risk of persistent insomnia, say experts.
Getting optimal amount of sleep can help teens manage memory, behaviour and emotions, says study.
Action movies should reflect “deep emotions”, acclaimed Hong Kong thriller director John Woo said, calling on young filmmakers to breathe life into the genre by exploring the human condition.
Landscape architect Inch Lim, who won top awards at the recent Singapore Garden Festival 2018, believes in evoking emotions through his garden creations.
Directors Pete Docter and Ronnie del Carmen talk about Pixar's latest smash hit, Inside Out.