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When we believe something isn’t true, it affects our perspective

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No matter what our views or “side” or “camp” we find ourselves in, we’re all going to pay a price for the amount of misinformation we’re sharing, knowingly and unknowingly. When we believe something that isn’t true, it affects how we look at situations or people. When a story spreads in high school about a girl that sleeps around, and you believe that story to be true, it affects how you look at her. The repercussions can easily mean that a great guy that was interested in her, decides not to ask her out. Instead, she dates a guy who is abusive ...

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