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Karen Schumacher

The science behind remembrance of things past: the human brain is basically fear-based and hardwired to look for threats and danger. Our brains act like velcro for our unpleasant and bad memories, and act like Teflon for our pleasant and good ones. [Full disclosure, I did not make up this great analogy. I stole it from a podcast about neuroplasticity.] So there's nothing wrong with you! Your brain is just being human. It helps to slow down, pause, and savor every happy, joyful, delightful experience while it's happening. Especially when eating something from Chonky.


Karen thank you for this bit of good stuff about neuroplasticity - what a great word that is by the way!

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