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Why Black And White Thinking Harms Your Perspective

3 ways to avoid impulsive behavior in response to extreme feelings

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Black and white thinking (also known as “all-or-nothing thinking”) describes the tendency to think in extremes. Good or bad. Pretty or ugly. Success or failure. But this way of thinking often leads to mental and…

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Antonis Iliakis

Antonis Iliakis

Understanding Human Psychology, Researcher & Tech Consultant, MSc in Computer Programming & Web Development — Human Behavior Researcher

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