The Logic Behind Coincidences

Coincidences seem to arrive in our lives in the strangest of ways. Making sense of these so-called alignments encourages us to deal with such situations, especially if there are predictive patterns and outcomes associated with them.

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In a 2015 study on rationalizing coincidences, it was determined that the items that we interpret to be coincidences are just simply consequences of our mind trying to make sense of…




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Synthia Stark

Synthia Stark

Canadian Mental Health Professional | 5x Top Writer | Writing about mental health, psychology, science, etc.

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