Thinking in reverse is a powerful mechanism

Thinking in reverse is a powerful mechanism. Our brain loves shortcuts; we frequently hear what we want to hear and see what we want to see. It aids in the delusion our ego maintains for us. “I’m sure no one really notices that I come in late every day.” “My clothes are shrinking in the wash.” “He really loves me he’s just bad at remembering the things that are important to me.” Who doesn’t love a little delusion? Read more

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