Loving the New (Old) Neighbourhood

A few years back, I took my first improv class. The first exercise we did was one that worked on both positivity, feeling comfortable in front of a group and to practice not self-censoring. The exercise was simple: Stand alone in front of the class and say “I love ____, and I love ____” and on and on, filling in the blanks with things.  Thanks to Negativity Bias when unchecked we do the opposite quite often. We talk about all the things we don’t like. That meal, the attitude of the server, the transit ride over, the weather and on … Continue reading Loving the New (Old) Neighbourhood