Why Do We Suffer More In Imagination Than In Real Life?

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“We suffer more often in imagination than in reality.” — Seneca

I think many of us can relate to this. Most of the time, the negative voice inside our head prevents us from expressing our true selves. We always fear uncertainty and the worst-case scenario in any journey.

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PhD Student(Management)|Research Enthusiast| Content Writer| Writing about the things that intrigues my curious mind. https://linktr.ee/AFSHARA3971

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