… inputs: sounds, smells, visuals, and more. Most of this information goes consciously unrecognized. Our focused attention is on what we care about. Thus, some people only notice the bad while others see the good in everything. Some notice people wearing band shirts, while others notice anything fitness related.
Benjamin Hardy, PhD
This is so unfortunately true. Complainers focus on things to complain about, worriers target things to worry about, and angry people tend to be attracted to things to get angry about. On the plus side, however, you can certainly train yourself to focus on more positive things to become a happier version of yourself!