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Given the choice, would you rather remember the good times, or forget the bad times?
I think I would rather remember the good times. Everyone has bad times, and it is remembering the good during those times that helps me get through them.
I'd remember the good times as much as possible if I could pick between the two
If you bring the good times to the forefront of your brain, with conscious effort , the
bad times can be in the background. Sometimes I wish there was. a pill you could take to forget really bad things. I have a relative who says he only remembers what he can control. Memory is very complex and an interesting study.
I will remember my good times enjoy them as i think of them
Yes id rather choose to remember the good times than the bad times for it wont help me to remember the bad things. So when i met the person who do bad things to me i will still smile for that person without bitterness
Remember the good times. I don't want to forget the bad -- they taught me a lot, and continue to teach me. I'd lose a large part of who I am and who I might become if I didn't have those memories.
I'll remember the good times. Because when you do, bad times doesn't seem to matter anymore
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