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Why you shouldn’t get sloppy with your thinking

One thing we know through brain imaging research is that thoughts correspond to neuronal activity in our brain. How this happens or what’s the biology behind it, we simply don’t have the answers. Yet.
We may not be able to pin down the neurobiology of how thoughts change our brain’s chemistry, but make no mistake, over time insecurity driven thoughts (doubts, fears, and negatives) do change the brain’s chemistry and not in a good way, creating the imbalances so typically associated with anxiety and depression.
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