While growing up, I didn’t know why nobody told the truths, and why adults told so many lies to children; lying to children was the modus operandi for adults.
Eventually I realized that people were extremely uncomfortable with telling the truths because the truths were so ugly.
Adults don’t want to tell kids that the human world is nothing but a vicious dog-eat-dog world, so adults lie to kids.
Well, I embrace the truths, and shun the lies. It just doesn’t help me to live in lies, thinking that lies are truths. If doing my fight in the dog-eat-dog world is my lot in life, then I can focus on doing that, instead of getting distracted by lies.
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The people who lie have enormous unresolved issues in them, and have things that they want to hide from themselves and from others, so I avoid the people who lie because they simply cannot be trusted. It’s ridiculous to trust the people who must constantly deceive themselves and others.
Why is it so hard for so many people to just face the truths and deal with them? Why do so many people must lie to themselves and others to be able to live their lives? Well, those are very important questions for human psychology and neuroscience point of view.
My suspicion is that human beings need justification in their brains to keep on living. If lies help humans to live their lives, then humans gladly embrace lies because doing so helps them psychologically.
Because I do research in human psychology and neuroscience, I can’t just gloss over the human need for lies as ‘that’s just what it is’.
I aim to find how lies work in human brains in sustaining human lives psychologically.
For example, human life in all honesty is not easy; every human life is filled with its own problems and challenges.
But, many people prefer to hear the lie or lie to themselves that their lives can be easy, so they turn to fantasy tales or movies or TV shows, and buy lotteries; humans want to believe that their lives can and will be easy, although in truth every human being faces challenges and difficulties of one sort or another until their last days.
Humans want to believe that some magic solution will make all their challenges and difficulties and problems go away, when in truth no matter how much they get and have, there will always be things and people to deal with.
The human psychology is extremely capable in making humans keep on living despite all the difficulties, challenges, and problems that humans constantly face in their lives.
I want to find out how and why the human psychology works in the way it does in the human brain.
I’ll keep on doing my research in neuroscience, and hopefully find out how and why the human desire for lies happens in human brains.
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