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Forcing smiles at work linked to more after hours drinking, study finds

They found a link between those who regularly faked or amplified positive emotions, like smiling, or suppressed negative emotions — resisting the urge to ...

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Being forced to smile at work could lead to heavy drinking once you clock out

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Forcing a smile at work linked to heavy drinking: study

Forcing smiles at work linked to more after hours drinking, study finds

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Not-So-Happy-Hour: Faking Smiles at Work Could Increase Your Risk of Heavy Drinking

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Using That Smile Could Drive You To Drink!

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Forcing a smile at work may turn you into heavier drinker off the clock, study says

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Forcing a smile at work linked to heavy drinking: study