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Believing lies vs. dealing with the truth

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Question: My mother’s friend is trying to get her into some business deal. I think it has to do with selling something, and she’s got mom convinced that she’s going to get rich by just making a few phone calls to friends and neighbors.

She’s supposed to buy some starter kit for a few hundred dollars. It all sounds too good to be true.

Answer: Humans are funny creatures.

We are willing to “believe” things we know are not true, because the consequences of admitting the truth seem too inconvenient or unpleasant — for now.

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