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First Answers

May 28, 2019

In this episode, Dr. Scoresby talks about how learning how to know what you know to be true requires a cognitive style that permits people to establish anchors and moorings. Without these conditions, some people resort to instant certainty, which makes them rigid or dogmatic. Others feel like they can’t be certain about much of anything. Learning to use your own body and mind as sources of information is one way to begin forming the type of anchors and moorings that will let you be certain—with flexibility.