We can make wrong assumptions about almost anything in life. Sometimes we make mistakes from them, sometimes they misguide us and sometimes we can even use them as an excuse. They can be misleading or sometimes even irrational. There are assumptions about anything from work ethics, mathematics and even relationships and happiness. Here are fifty of the most common misassumptions. Perhaps you have heard these or even said some yourself.
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- Just ignore it the problem will go away.
- he person next to me is better off!
- I have enough time for exam, I will start studying tomorrow.
- I am being perfectly logical and fair and everyone that disagrees with me is just plain stupid.
- They have the right to be loved.
- Quick to attribute to malice what can be explained by ignorance.
- My moral system is the social norm, if you don’t agree with me, something is wrong with you.
- Rational persuasions are persuasive.
- Being in a relationship gives you the right of ownership of your partner.
- Things will work out.
- They have sufficient informational for a rational decision.
- What is important to them is as important to others.
- The grass is greener on the other side.
- I can get a partner as long as I’m smart and attractive and friendly.
- It will not happen to me. One day, they will be wrong.
- There are no lessons to be learned from history.
- We all believe to be a bit smarter than somebody else, specially when our ego is involved.
- We are free and we can be completely free, in thinking, behavior and actions…
- The reward comes later.
- I am not appreciated because no one has told me recently.
- The harder you chase, the closer you get.
- You can balance things by taking revenge.
- Having more money can make them happy forever.
- Having fun costs money.
- I am important and I am right.
- Everything happens for a reason.
- Finding your true self is an on-going and endless process.
- Any assumption made is wrong.
- Love is respite to every other problem in life.
- If you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all.
- Society watches you closely on whatever you do.
- Good times will eventually come.
- If I do this, people will think I am wrong.
- All eyes are on you.
- We can own something out there.
- We all are here to conquer something.
- Everyone is having an affair or cheating on their partner.
- We are making it up as we go along, some better than others.
- People are always completely to blame for their own actions regardless of the situation.
- You can fake it to make it, when there is someone else who will readily do it with more talent.
- My girlfriend splits up with me. ‘Ah, good thing I didn’t marry her and end up in a divorce.
- My wife splits up with me. ‘Ah, good thing we don’t have children yet. Could have been far more stickier.
- My wife who I have children with splits up with me. ‘Ah, good thing I’m not too old to remain single for the rest of my life.
- Everyone else is paying close attention to everything you do and judging you for it.
- They have been perfectly clear, so the onus of understanding is on the listener.
- Someone else will take responsibility.
- People often attribute the behavior of others to personality, while justifying their own behavior.
- We know what we’re talking about.
- Data is normally distributed.
- Functions are continuous.
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