It is time for part three of my series on the thoughts we have when we get mad. Part one was on catastrophizing (and how it’s the worst thing you can ever do). Part two was on overgeneralizing (and why you should never do it). For part three, I want to write about misattributing causation; the tendency to assign blame incorrectly when bad things happened.
Misattributing causation can look a couple of different ways:
Read the rest at Psychology Today.