National Institute of Medicine, there are ways to help you get over the past. The truth is that your memory is not the most reliable thing, and you tend to add to the drama of the situation as time goes on.For instance, assume you went to a birthday party as a child that didn’t turn out so well.
Another child at the event told you that your nose was too big. As a result, you became self-conscious about your nose and vowed to change it one day.The research on memories shows that they become altered when you bring up these events.
The process changes the memory as the brain brings it to the forefront. It becomes effortless to embellish or distort the events, making matters worse.Read more on powerofpositivity.com