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This is unless, of course, the perspective on them because he recognizes them for what they are — does not suit him, in which case he may suddenly begin to small, insignificant events. see shades of gray when the truth is in fact objective and clear. When trying to assess a person's emotional state, another Being able to discern nuances in our life is part of a wider, question needs to be asked. What does this person tend to healthier perspective. Probe whether or not the person only complain about?
And to the world. They have to make sense of their choices in 60 61 Find Out Who's Normal and Who's NOT Chapter 5: Facet 2: The Responsibility Factor Every time we refuse to acknowledge the truth about any with low self-esteem knows she shouldn't be eating chocolate aspect of ourselves (or condemn ourselves for being imper- cake for dinner, but she eats it anyway. " directing the choice she makes. In that moment, she's more As an analogy, today's vehicles are designed so that, in an interested in the chocolate cake than in her physical health.
Tionally, rather than rationally; thus, the facts often conflict with how his ego needs to view the world. " we wonder. We're still looking and mail the letter, move a box that has been in our way for for the logic behind a rationale that doesn't exist. We're look- two months, check our voice mail, or send a thank-you note ing for reason in a psychological landscape devoid of reason. to our relatives — but we don't. We constantly put off the But here's the irony: Who's more rational? The person most simple of tasks.