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Remember each day to start and end with gratitude. You will always have more than some and less than others. Be grateful for what you have ( love, people, warm home). Keep your confirmation bias and comparison anxiety ( avoid prolonged periods on Social Media) in check.
the tendency to interpret new evidence as confirmation of one’s existing beliefs or theories.Confirmation biases impact how we gather information, but they also influence how we interpret and recall information. For example, people who support or oppose a particular issue will not only seek information to support it, they will also interpret news stories in a way that upholds their existing ideas.