Making movies in our head is harmful — And how to build healthier relationships

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  1. First option: we surrender to the evidence admitting that we were wrong and facing the reality of the facts.
  2. Second option: we decide to stick with the hope that reality can still be bent to fit our mental version of the world.

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Alessandro Montalto PhD

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I mentor people to develop the required soft skills to become successful remote workers — alemontalto.com

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