Do you love the rain?
Or do you hate it and wish that it would just go away?
Chances are, if you’re reading this blog post, then you enjoy the rain. In fact, I bet there are a lot of people who don’t like to be outside in the middle of a downpour. Why is this? What’s so bad about getting wet and having to deal with mud all over your shoes for an hour or two?
The answer to these questions has something to do with our brains being trained from birth to avoid pain and seek pleasure. This sounds pretty logical at first glance but upon closer examination, it doesn’t make too much sense.
After all, we often find ourselves doing things that cause us some pain for the sake of accomplishing things that we already want to do. rain and wind, through raindrops on my skin, there is a sensation, it’s like sadness but so much better than anything I’ve felt before.
This blog post will explore how your brain changes when you’re exposed to something new and why you might not be able to enjoy the rain one day and then come out with an entirely different perspective about it another time.
We’ll also look at some ways in which this change can happen more quickly or slowly depending on what strategies are being used as well as who is doing the training. It should become clear by the end of this article exactly why people would love to have days off work during periods of heavy rainfall.