Psychology Today 10/17/19
Don’t worry; you’re in good company.
“When negative things happen, we reflect on them to try and make sense of the experience,” explained Professor Ethan Kross from the University of Michigan when I interviewed him recently. “However, instead of learning from our experiences, and then moving on with our lives, we can get stuck in rumination and worry. And this cyclical negative thinking can be really toxic for our health, our relationships, our performance at work, and our well-being.”
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