The Neurochemistry of Positive Conversations

The Neurochemistry of Positive Conversations

Most of us are acutely aware how negative comments are often imprinted on our memories and stay much longer than positive ones. These reactions are further driven by chemicals produced to exacerbate our thoughts and behaviours. Among them, cortisols and oxytocins have been identified. Judith Glaser and Richard Glaser explains the repercussions of its neurochemistry and how our mindfulness of the process can aid us in our interpersonal relationships.

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