New York : Do you struggle to see the bright side of life? If yes then its not your fault because our brains are hardwired for that emotions.
This interesting claim has come in a new U.S. research .
According to research by Michigan State University, if someone see you disappointed or sad and ask to cheer up, you can tell them it’s not your fault , but my mind has taken this position .
According to research, this is our brain programming who turn negative thoughts with positive and negative makes a positive .
In the study, it emerged that the brain was more active on the negative marks instead of the good things.
So this means that in difficult times its more difficult to us have positive thinking and its very easy in good environment to create negative thinking.