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Relationships Between Humility and Emotional and Psychological Well-Being

The present research is a preliminary investigation of the concurrent and temporal relationships between humility and two forms of well-being: emotional and psychological well-being. Humility, emotional well-being, and psychological well-being were measured twice 6 weeks apart. Humility correlated positively with … Continue reading

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Overvaluing confidence, we’ve forgotten the power of Humility

Why be humble? After all, Aristotle said: ‘All men by nature desire to know.’ Intellectual humility is a particular instance of humility, since you can be down-to-earth about most things and still ignore your mental limitations. Intellectual humility means recognising … Continue reading

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