Psychology Has It Backwards

Episode 36: Why People Do Things They Don’t Want to Do

Everyone, looking back on their life, can think of times they said or did things they regret, from hurtful remarks to physical violence. For some people, acting on their worst thoughts seems like a release from their own psychological pain and insecurity, regardless of consequences. Understanding the relationship between our ever-changing states of mind and thoughts allows us to maintain our bearings to keep ourselves safe and respond from common sense, rather than experiencing escalating rage or fear.

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Gina Siporin
Gina Siporin
2 years ago

Excellent. Thanks

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