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Understanding Implicit Bias in Our Lives Helps Build Self-Awareness

The human brain is a truly fascinating thing, and one thing it does for us is help “group” things and create shortcuts so we can process all the sensory information we encounter on a given day.

Our brains do this on a subconscious level with no input from our conscious decisions. It is done through years of observation, information, and learned behaviors.

This can be helpful in situations where we have to make a quick decision, but it can also hinder us in life by creating implicit biases.

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