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ellie2000ellie2000 Posts: 3,965 Community Veteran
do ppl deny stuff thts true n y?
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    LeilaLeila Posts: 2,064 Boards Champion
    edited April 2022
    ellie2000 wrote: »
    do ppl deny stuff thts true n y?

    Hi Ellie,

    People might deny things because they might be embarrassed, they might feel like maybe they didn't what was true to come out, denying things is 50-50, people have difference reasons on why they deny things, it just means some of us are more scared or anxious about it being real,

    I found this to answer your question,
    In the psychology of human behavior, denialism is a person's choice to deny reality as a way to avoid a psychologically uncomfortable truth. Denialism is an essentially irrational action that withholds the validation of a historical experience or event, when a person refuses to accept an empirically verifiable reality.

    Leila
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    ellie2000ellie2000 Posts: 3,965 Community Veteran
    wen we say wat we want to saY, we think to ourselves 'oo dear'. is tht bc we're scared of reaction n scared 4 asking 4 help?
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    LeilaLeila Posts: 2,064 Boards Champion
    edited April 2022
    ellie2000 wrote: »
    wen we say wat we want to saY, we think to ourselves 'oo dear'. is tht bc we're scared of reaction n scared 4 asking 4 help?

    Sometimes people think "oh dear" because like you said, their anxious about the reply they'd get, and exactly thinking oh dear is also a way for trying to reach out for support.

    Asking for help is scary especially if you have people who aren't supportive of you and your choices.

    Being scared after saying something is difficult, because people might feel like what they had said isn't important, but inside they may feel anxious and nervous


    Leila
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