Are you letting other people do your thinking for you without realizing it? Every day we’re exposed to the beliefs, opinions, and values of others through personal contacts and relationships, through TV, the Internet, magazines, and newspapers. Sometimes what we take in can be useful. But not all of it is constructive or harmless. How can we think for ourselves in a way that cultivates healthier and better lives?
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