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Huffington Post - Letting go of the unfeasible could boost well-being: study

Letting things go when they are no longer a feasible option could help to improve your well-being and fitness levels, according to a new study. Researchers from Concordia University and McGill University found that among breast cancer survivors, letting go of unrealistic goals and making new, achievable ones is linked with a higher quality of life and an increase in physical activity.

Published: 28 April 2012

Letting things go when they are no longer a feasible option could help to improve your well-being and fitness levels, according to a new study. Researchers from Concordia University and McGill University found that among breast cancer survivors, letting go of unrealistic goals and making new, achievable ones is linked with a higher quality of life and an increase in physical activity.

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