There are ways to temper your toughest critic and take constructive control of your feelings.
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Hmm... your theory makes sense - especially how the neurons interconnect afresh and what happens next.
I've wondered if there could be a chemical release (such as aminobutyric acid) that fools the brain into believing it has seen or perceived the current situation, scenario or conversation before.
Misdirection really does create illusions.
New studies explore moral judgments about donors.
When you give repeatedly to others, the joy doesn't diminish much over time.
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