MORE IDEAS FROM Double Standards: What They Are and How to Respond to Them
The double standard is a principle or policy that is applied in a different way to similar things, with no legitimate explanation. Thus, a double standard happens when two or more individuals or groups, are handled differently, when they should be handled the same way.
We can encounter double standards in many ares of our lives: in the actions of individuals and groups that apply different forms of favoritism and discrimination, such as sexism or racism.
To find out if you're dealing with a double standard or not, consider these 2 questions:
A double standard occurs when there is unequal treatment that is not properly justified.
Make sure that whenever you treat similar things differently, you have valid justification for doing so.
Essential oils are compounds extracted from plants and capture their scent and flavor, or "essence", enhanced with aromatic compounds.
Essential oils are made via distillation and cold-pressing.
These are commonly utilized in aromatherapy and are only used externally.
Inhaling the aromas from these essential oils can stimulate the limbic system of the brain, which controls emotions and memory.
The empathy gap is a cognitive bias that causes people to struggle to understand mental states that are different from their own.
When someone is happy or angry, they struggle to understand the perspective of someone who is in a different mental state, whether that person is their future self or someone else.
Found on both sides of the mouth for some of us, cheek dimples are considered attractive and ‘genetically dominant’. Around 37 percent of the population are having cheek dimples (in a study of 2300 people).
Cheek dimples are caused by a change in a particular facial muscle called zygomaticus major. Genetics too play an important part for a face to have dimples, which can develop over a lifetime and also disappear.
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