10 Benefits To Holding Strong Opinions (but don’t stick to them too strongly)

6 Benefits To Holding Strong Opinions (but don’t stick to them too strongly)

  1. Fun Conversations
  2. You’ll research and be more aware of the issues at hand
  3. You’ll be proven wrong and gain more practice in changing your mind (hopefully, or maybe you’re a one in a million)
  4. You become more interested, or at the very least invested.
  5. You seek out people to agree with – more social connections.
  6. You seek out people to argue with – more social connections (but don’t be too aggressive in defense of your opinions that’s risky)
  7. Opinions Can Be Antidepressants – you have something you want to change something your working towards, a group you belong too, or a group you’re the only one who can start.
  8. You have a reasons to follow what is happening somewhere in the world
  9. Opinions can provide goals to work towards
  10. Your opinions can’t be challenged if you don’t have any. And having your opinions challenged is good for your brain.

This took me 40 minutes to make this. HOW? I ended it with the words Good For Your Brain. GOOD FOR YOUR BRAIN. Wel that’s as good as I’m coming up with now so I’ll move on with my day.

Have a nice day.

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