Are Christmas carols good for u?
Why do people say Christmas carols can be harmful?
- I think this report must be taken with a generous spoon of salt.👌
- British clinical psychologist Linda Blair (no relation to Tony Blair I suppose 🙈) says that because we are taking too much effort to block out the Christmas season musical tunes, it puts a strain on our mind. Guess one man’s meat is another man’s poison 😆
- In my untrained musical mind, this is only true if we dont like the tunes. The article goes on to say that prolonged playing of the Christmas tunes causes a mental drain on shoppers and retailers, adding unwanted stress and frustration 🤡 (We all know what happened to the Joker) ☝️
Is this true for only Christmas carols?
Confucius, in his doctrine of Moderation, stresses the middle path in human thought and action. From such learned Chinese philosophy, the key is clearly maintaining balance.
Can music alter our mood?
Why do people like sad songs? 😭
In my personal opinion, *okay I am no self-help guru here* addressing these negative emotions, facing them and not running away from them, builds a form of courage and provides release. This is one of the cornerstones of learning to accept yourself for who you are and not beating yourself up for what you are not.
I feel, getting the right balance and mix of Christmas songs can go a long way to influencing our emotions. Hence preparing us for another joyous Christmas celebration with our friends and loved ones!!
…… and men will live forever more…
Because of Christmas Day 🥳🥳🥳 Hohoho Merry Christmas everyone 🎄🎄
Cheers to a blessed, bold and beautiful year end holiday my friends 😊
– Dr Daniel Chang
Schwartz GE, Weinberger DA, Singer JA (1981) Cardiovascular differentiation of happiness, sadness, anger, and fear following imagery and exercise. Psychosom Med 43: 343–364.
Good write up!!
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