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A new study, published in the journal Nature Neuroscience, suggests that every time we avoid telling the truth, the negative emotions we experience when we lie get a little bit weaker.
So if we keep telling fibs, our brain becomes increasingly desensitized to the process.
“Think about it like perfume,” the senior author of the study, Tali Sharot, told the New York Times. “You buy a new perfume and it smells strongly. A few days later, it smells less. And a month later, you don’t smell it at all.”
I think this explains many things easily then !
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