You Remember The Bad Times More Than You Remember The Good Times

Why does it seem like we remember the bad times more clearly than the good times? Jay Shetty says experts estimate the average person has 60,000 thoughts per day – and 80% of them are negative! Dwelling on bad times makes them more ingrained in our minds and memories, creating more emotive “sticking power”.

Watch the full video to learn how to use Jay Shetty’s “5-4-3-2-1 Method” to hold on to the good times and make good memories come more easily to the surface, replacing negative thoughts with positive ones.

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