Published on April 6, 2011 by Joshua Gowin, Ph.D. in You, Illuminated

Why drama is bad for your brain.

58192-50813Of all the things we lack in the world today—cheap oil, clean air, vacation time—conflict is not one of them. We must face conflict and confrontations, whether with our co-workers, significant others (current and ex) or peers, throughout our lives. Such fights can be a major source of distress.

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The outcome can affect our workload, relationships and control over resources, but also, it can lastingly alter our brains. How you handle the fray can impact your memory, mood and even your lifespan. Much research and thought has been put into handling these situations with grace. Here’s what we know about social stress and how to beat it.