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Validating Your Actions: Being Honest With Yourself Is Hard

We validate the things we want to believe. Unfortunately, when we have to use our imagination to convince ourselves that the decision we have just made is the best decision for our wellbeing, it probably wasn’t. The post Validating Your Actions: Being Honest With Yourself Is Hard appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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