this article on the Psychology Today website made me want to write more. I’m not sure if it’s because I’m a believer or because I feel I need to convince myself I’m not crazy, but it’s an article that brought me to the end of this page.
Its well written and well written, and well written. It has a lot of information to offer. But it is also well constructed. Its not like I just gave up and jumped off this page.
There are a bunch of different reasons why we’re skeptical of our own reasoning, and there is nothing wrong with that. What is wrong is that we tend to ignore the more compelling evidence, and just assume the other person is lying. I have yet to meet a person who doesn’t say, “Gee I’m not crazy. I’m just seeing things differently.” There’s also evidence of this in the article.
Well, yeah, that’s good. It’s not like you can’t take it personally. What is really bad is when you dont take it personally. I don’t have feelings that strong about this post, but I am sure there are some people, like myself, that would take it personally.
Maybe its just an issue with our general attitude, but I feel that the problem is more that we aren’t open to the idea that there may be some truth to what the other person says. I think we are more used to this idea that we are crazy for believing something, so when a fact comes as a shock or a new experience comes up that is new for us, it is often seen as evidence that we are crazy.
As we all know, some people are just not used to hearing what others have to say. We all know that it is sometimes hard to hear people out. If something makes us uncomfortable, it is often hard to hear other people out. But when we are talking about a subject and we want to hear what someone has to say, it is really hard to turn down the idea that there may be a good reason behind that.
When we’re talking about a subject and we want to hear what someone has to say, it is really hard to turn down the idea that there may be a good reason behind that.
But there are definitely times when you just have to agree with something, no matter how offensive or stupid it may be. And that’s not always a bad thing either.
If you’re looking for a solid, compelling argument against the concept of cloning your child, there’s not enough of a response out there to fill a whole post. But if you want to know what someone has to say about something, then you can always just agree that there may be a good reason behind it.
I’m sure you can think of many things that just don’t warrant an answer that can’t be answered with a straight face. That’s why I’m writing this post and not a simple “yes/no/maybe” kind of response. I’m not saying that there’s absolutely zero truth to the theory, but there might be reason behind it.