Train Your Brain Podcast is back today with Brain Training Tip 308! Your host Dr. Trayford and producer Natalie Pyles team up to offer you a great tip to give others the benefit of the doubt. When someone does something that you just can’t understand or that you don’t agree with, let’s say someone says something that seems rude or something like that, to play a little game in your head where you try to brainstorm as many possible explanations for that person as you can. This is such a kind way to live. The truth is people often have perfectly good reasons for acting the way they do and we shouldn’t take offense, whether it was intended on not. Thanks for listening!
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