Questions about the Negativity Bias
September 1, 2015

I receive a lot of questions about the negativity bias and how to over come it.

Here are a few:

“Is the brain still evolving? Even though we have a brain sculpted by Stone Age experiences, is the brain in any way advancing into a more highly evolved version of itself?”

“What thoughts or suggestions do you have for helping me calm my brain rather than go into fearful mind states when there are sudden unfamiliar sounds?”

“What is one practice we can adopt in our everyday lives to overcome our negativity bias?”

You can find the answers to these and over 100 other questions on 20+ different topics on my FAQs page. Perhaps I’ve answered something you’ve been mulling over, or maybe you’ll simply find it interesting to read what other people are curious about!


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