Confession: Gratitude doesn’t always come naturally to me. Maybe you can relate? If giving thanks sometimes feels a little tricky, you’re not the only one. Research shows our brains have a negativity bias. We look first for what’s wrong or a threat. This helps us survive. I am typing in a nicely lit, espresso-scented coffee shop. But should an angry, caffeine-deprived gorilla walk up to the counter and order a latte I would shift my attention...
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