Knowing Thyself and Being True to Yourself

Our childhood, beliefs, societal norms, personality, and religion can influence our behavior in becoming susceptible to falling victim to cognitive dissonance. If you are an individual whose childhood experiences were seeing your parents in an unhealthy relationship or marriage due to strong religious or societal beliefs to remain married, then you would be more vulnerable […]

Knowing Thyself and Being True to Yourself

Our childhood, beliefs, societal norms, personality, and religion can influence our behavior in becoming susceptible to falling victim to cognitive dissonance. If you are an individual whose childhood experiences were seeing your parents in an unhealthy relationship or marriage due to strong religious or societal beliefs to remain married, then you would be more vulnerable to encountering similar experiences as an adult.

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