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The Number 13 Deserves a Fresh Look This Friday

Science-backed reasons for embracing thirteen

The number 13 written in black on a metal placeholder.
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The number 13 has an unfair reputation.

Forget Jason and the horror movies of your youth — have you ever played with 13 puppies, eaten 13 golden french fries, or spent 13 unforgettable minutes with the love of your life?




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Jill (Conquering Cognitions)

PsyD, Clinical Psychologist | Writer | Words in Human Parts, Forge, Better Humans | Life Lessons Supported by Science

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