When we don’t know for sure how something is going to turn out, we often expect the worst and then worry about that bad thing happening. Sometimes it does, but sometimes it doesn’t. Why do we so often expect the worst, when it’s also possible things could turn out fine – or even great? When this happens it’s the Cognitive Distortion of Fortune Telling – and here I teach you why our brains do this, and what to train them to do instead.