Know the ways your brain responds to “cognitive dissonance”

When you realize that you should be doing something but that you aren’t, you can respond in one of several ways

  • Distracting yourself
  • Forgetting what you have to do
  • Downplaying the importance of the task
  • Giving yourself affirmations
  • Denying yourself responsibility to do the task

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