It turns out, at about age three or four, we start to believe we frequently have to choose between telling the truth and keeping a friend.
This one, simple belief causes mischief for the rest of our lives.
Believing we must choose between telling the truth and keeping a friend is the controlling assumption that dictates how we show up in interpersonal situations.
This is why moments of disproportionate influence have such an enormous effect on our lives.
An experiment was taken place by an unlikely individual, one in which most adults would like disregard the results.
But this one will shock you