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Psychology Reveals Why People Deflect Instead of Taking Responsibility

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In psychology, deflection is an inability for a person to focus on themselves. More than that, it’s an intense focus on a partner’s feelings, actions, or beliefs (usually an antagonizing focus).

It’s usually done as a way to deviate the attention away from their own actions, feelings, and beliefs.Dealing with a person that is skilled in deflection can be incredibly frustrating.

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