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5 Emotional Blindspots Most People Never Notice

Learn what they are and watch your self-awareness grow

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Good drivers know that every car has blindspots — areas where you can’t see what’s going on because some part of the vehicle gets in the way. Becoming a good driver means developing the habit of checking your passenger-side mirror before you change lanes.

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Nick Wignall

Nick Wignall

Psychologist and blogger. I help people use psychology for meaningful personal growth: https://nickwignall.com

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