Every time you have a thought about the past, you theoretically make a new memory. And in some cases it’s good to bring up the memory because you want to learn from experience. But if it is coming up in a stressful way, maybe not so much,” she said. “One way to really learn about your own mind is to sit down and listen to it.
— Dr. Tracey Shors

Dr. Shors & MAP Training on NBC Nighty News with Lester Holt

July 30th, 2016


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