“…it’s the negative experiences, not the positive ones, that have generally had the most impact on survival.”Hanson, Rick, Ph.D., with Richard Mendius, MD. Buddha’s Barin: the practical neuroscience of happiness, love & wisdom. New Harbinger Publication, Inc. 2009
Loneliness, depression, anger, trauma, disappointment, perceived failures, loss, grief, and the list can go on and on. These experiences of life combined with our natural inclination for negativity can send us into some very dark places. This can lead us into feeling lost, overwhelmed, stuck and complete limited.
Ultimately making us feel like: Our problems are a permanent part of our life, they are pervasive and dominate all parts of our life and they become very personal which makes us feel trapped within our existence.