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We are all prone to jump to conclusions.
The psychological term for jumping to conclusions is "inference-observation confusion", meaning people make an inference but fail to label it as such, which results in faulty conclusions.
Jumping to conclusions often comes from our desire to sound compassionate and invested in what someone is telling us.
We may comment by saying "wow", or "what a shame" when we really have no idea how the person wants us to feel. Instead of sounding supportive, we may c...
It is impractical not to draw any conclusions. A middle ground between jumping to conclusions and not drawing any conclusion is to hold our thoughts in mind while leaving enough room to explore other alternatives.
Instead of mind reading by saying "I know exactly what ...
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