“People in a negative mood recall better memories, are better at detecting deception and are less likely to make judgmental errors,”

says study author Professor Joe Forgas.

One investigation found that people in sad moods have an advantage remembering the details of unusual incidents that they have witnessed. People that are in the bad moods have a tendency to have improved memories. According to one study, people that were feeling sad remembered more than people in a good mood about the interior details of a shop. It is also more difficult to trick sad people with misleading questions. 


Put it in other words, brain storming, which is a shared inquiry, a way of thinking and reflecting together. This approach to change, focuses primarily on developing practices and capabilities where habitual and stuck patterns of interaction and thought are continuously challenged and reflected upon.

People in sad moods also show a greater willingness to work on demanding tasks, communicate more persuasively, plus the better observation and the details focusing, dialogue under sorrows enables people to think or talk together in a way that summons up our own deeply held common sense, wisdom and potential.
It provides an approach to dealing with the undercurrents beneath the surface of our conversations, in a way that can bring people together. 

“The study also revealed that sad people were more successful at communicating their thoughts than those in a good mood”

When we are sad, we actually focus our attention on our external environment more intently because we are more willing to turn away from ourselves. On top of that, this focus can help us to break down our complex problems into more manageable parts, enabling us to better analyse and evaluate our problems. This is also why sad people tend to be more skeptical of myths and rumours.

But more importantly, you self-thinking reflection or let say confession could be others’ observation, to build the cycle of inspiration, you can be the inspirational.