Today I finished the book "Crucial Conversations", great book, would recommend to anyone. In it there were numerous explicit or implicit theories about psychology and one of them in particular caught my attention.
The theory proposes that when we see & experience something we tell ourselves a story and that story changes how we feel about the situation and then we act upon those emotions.
So the question is how does it work, does what we tell ourselves in our head affect the chemicals in our bloodstream, is everyone's outer behavior a representation of their thought's(WELL DURR)?
I would love any references or perhaps a more in depth explanation, love ya guys and gals :)