JUST SO WE ARE UNDERSTANDING (RANT)

RANDOM THOUGHT—

EVERYONE SHOULD UNDERSTAND THAT WHAT IS CONSIDERED TO BE UNDERSTANDABLE IS ONLY WHAT IS EXPECTED TO BE UNDERSTOOD. WHEN SOMETHING COMMONLY UNDERSTOOD IS NOT TO YOUR UNDERSTANDING, THAN IT IS TO BE MENTIONED AND NOTED THAT YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND. A COMMON UNDERSTANDING BY OTHERS DOES NOT ALLOW THEM TO ASSUME YOU WILL UNDERSTAND WHAT THEY UNDERSTAND.

IT IS VERY SIMPLY,.,.,HAHA

LET OTHERS KNOW WHEN YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND WHAT THEY THOUGHT YOU UNDERSTOOD, THIS WAY THEY KNOW YOU DID NOT UNDERSTAND. USUALLY THIS WILL CAUSE THEM TO TRY AND MAKE UNDERSTAND. AS THEY ARE HELPING YOU UNDERSTAND, TRY AND UNDERSTAND THAT THEY ARE EXPLAINING IT AS BEST AS POSSIBLE TO BE UNDERSTOOD AND ENSURE YOU ARE IN UNDERSTANDING OF ONE ANOTHER…..

UNDERSTAND ?!?!?! HAHA

AS LONG AS EVERYONE IS OPEN TO UNDERSTANDING ONE ANOTHER, IT WOULD NOT BE UNDERSTANDABLE FOR ANYTHING TO GO WRONG!!!!!!

HAHA

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PEOPLE WHO SET NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS

WHEN YOU SET YOUR RESOLUTION, ASK YOURSELF IF YOUR RESOLUTION IS FOR A DESIRED CHANGE OR NEEDED ONE. DESIRE MAY INITIALLY PROVIDE A CONCEPTUAL MOTIVATION, BUT NECESSITY PROVIDES A SUBSTANTIVE MOTIVATION.

STEPHEN JAMES

Understand why it’s hard to understand

I’ve decided that I should include some informative content without my attempted comedic alterations or disguise. This category will be for that purpose only.

The first thing I could think to talk about something relevant to understanding my blog.  So I’m going to briefly explain the psychology that makes it difficult to entertain or accept new ideas.

Don’t panic! I’m not going to make this complicated with scientific or medical research studies, or use medical speech like influence and function by the amygdalae medially within the temporal lobes primary role in the processing of memory, decision-making, and emotional reactions….. lol

Only reference I’ll make is this one
Leon Festinger (1957) proposed cognitive dissonance theory, which states that a powerful motive to maintain cognitive consistency can give rise to irrational and sometimes maladaptive behavior.

I’m just trying to show that there is more to the way we think than we are consciously aware of.