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Self Serving Bias

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Self-serving bias is people’s tendency to attribute positive events to their own character or ability, but attribute negative events to external factors such as teachers, law enforcement, or any other person, place, or thing they disagree with.

Stop being part of the F@#king problem, be a positive example and take some personal responsibility for your actions.

The Theory

A psychological tendency to convince ones self of satisfaction especially when accompanied by unawareness of actual dangers or deficiencies, an instance of usually unaware or uninformed self-satisfaction that is stimulated by a constant internal reassurance which provides strength for the possible harmful actions.

Author

Welcome to Psychological Complacency, my name is Benson and I have created this site to help people understand direction in life. A little about my self, I am a teacher and have been instructing for over 10 years. Throughout my life I have been in some position of instruction or teaching and have guided people with education. As I discovered myself and made changes in my own life I began to realize that there are many people out there just like me that want a path that is rewarding. I developed a theory that if reflected upon regularly can help anyone better their life and well being. You can use it, or you can leave knowing you don’t make a difference!