Tendency: n. a largely impulsive inclination which frequently does not accurately correspond to logical choices
We all have impulsive tendencies to do things our way or the way that we have been doing it for years and frequently don’t welcome changes from these tendencies with a very open logical mind. Tendencies are conditioned emotional attitudes towards things and circumstances and they are to a large extent based on our prior experiences and habits which we have developed in life with similar things and circumstances.
Whether you have a tendency to overeat, to argue too much, to talk too much, to drink alcohol too much, to prefer certain features in the opposite sex, to like a certain standard of living, to be introverted or extroverted, all these impulsive tendencies are your misfortune if they are bad and your fortune if they are good tendencies.
Logic plays a very small role in changing tendencies and it is only crisis situations which will sometimes make you change your tendencies to do things the usual tried and personally preferred way.
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