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Handbook of Biobehavioral Approaches to Self-Regulation
Ernst.Koster@ugent.be 2 When confronted with negative events, such as an argument with our spouse or criticism by the boss, oftentimes we engage in mental activity reflecting on these events. Typically, we aim to understand why these events occurred, how we contributed to such events, and how to avoid them in the future. Despite the adaptive consequences of reflecting on one's feelings, research indicates that persistent thinking about negative feelings may have negative consequences. In thedoi:10.1007/978-1-4939-1236-0_24 fatcat:cxnhfyq5q5ggtd6gmbi32nxh5u