HUMANS TYPICALLY HAVE three times as many positive experiences as negative in their lifetime — but we are hardwired to focus on the bad ones. According to psychologists, one technique can reverse this glass-half-empty approach and enhance happiness: Savoring.
“Savoring isn’t an emotion, like happiness or enjoyment. Rather, it’s a process that can be used to regulate our positive feelings,” Jennifer Smith, a psychologist and director of research at the Mather Institute, tells Inverse.
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