We process the world in a way that protects our identity - Deepstash

We process the world in a way that protects our identity

  • Kanheman: we're all trying to create a positive narrative of our life story
  • Identity protective cognition
  • With the pain / loss, our identity gets attacked if we attribute it to our poor decision making
  • So instead, we attribute it to luck

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