Why Scientists Say Experiencing Awe Can Help You Live Your Best Life

Psychologists say it can play an important role in bolstering happiness, health, and our social interactions — and it may have actually long played a role in how and why humans get along and ultimately cooperate with one another. “People feeling awe focus more of their attention outward and value others more in social interactions,” Jennifer Stellar, assistant professor in the Psychology Department at the University of Toronto, tells NBC News BETTER.

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