This loss of energy may well have kept [...] —and vulnerable—early humans close to home, where they were safer.
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Open it s it deepens and approaches depression, slows the body's metabolism. This introspective withdrawal creates the opportunity to mourn a loss or frustrated hope, grasp its consequences for one's life, and, as energy returns, plan new beginnings. <span>This loss of energy may well have kept saddened—and vulnerable—early humans close to home, where they were safer.
These biological propensities to act are shaped further by our life experience and our culture. For instance, universally the loss of a loved one elicits sadness and grief.
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