Being where you are is one of the best ways to squash comparison syndrome, stop judging yourself, and realize happiness is right here waiting for you.
But it goes deeper than you might think — so let’s break it down.
Most of us are really good at focusing on the negative experiences in our lives. Even if you feel like a positive person, negative experiences probably still dominate your thoughts and are hard to brush off.
To add some balance, nourishment, and positivity, here is a tool that will help you train your brain and body to focus on the positive. Cuz it’s a lot harder to change the world if we’re all a mess.
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