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Are You a Prisoner of Your Past?

We are pre-programmed to recall the negative events of life, and not so much the positive ones. Recalling painful memories affects our physiology and its reactions. The more pain you remember, the more pain you feel in the present moment.
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The Pain of Attachment and Memory

By Hal Shorey Ph.D.

Is your painful past ruling you?
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Sugar-Coating Bad Childhood Memories

By Christopher Bergland

Positive perceptions of early life experience influence outcomes later in life.
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What to Do With Regret

By Shoba Sreenivasan, Ph.D., and Linda E. Weinberger, Ph.D.

If used properly, it can help you become the type of person you want to be.
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Through a Glass, Darkly

By Robert J King Ph.D.

A glimpse inside the relationship between memory and trauma.