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I found this article very fascinating! It’s all about fear, emotions and memories. Why do some people develop strong memories to experiences, while others don’t? And why do some experiences make you develop a strong reaction to them, while others don’t?
Interesting article on the brains of sufferers. Be sure to check out the comments!
Check out Debbie’s comment after the article. I totally agree with her.