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Sometimes good things might be happening around you, but you may not feel happy. You might wonder if your brain will ever allow you to experience happiness.
Our minds are wired to pay attention to the negative stuff around us (since that keeps us safe), and they seem to be less responsive when good things are around.
But the positive experiences can help in many ways:
With practice they become easier to tap into, so you can readily recall feelings of peace, contentment, well-being, etc.
You can train your brain to notice positive experiences and remember feel-good events.
What you can do:
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