WHAT ARE YOU PRETENDING NOT TO KNOW?

WHAT ARE YOU PRETENDING NOT TO KNOW?

In life pretending sometimes gives positive effects. In our childhood most of us was exposed to pretending in games or works done to react with each other. As an adult this effect can diminish our self-esteem and erode our credibility. When something is made false from what it is, it is causing trouble. We did act in the way that it didn’t align with what we knew and it has led to failure or dilemma. This denial to the truth makes us terrible in solving any issue. One denial can be possible is pretending not to be aware of the situation or issue under one’s leadership to secretly observe it for the best solution. For instance, instead of bringing up the topic outright we keep it secret to know whether the whole team can be heedful of something related to the topic is going on in a worse way. We can pretend to ignore the fault of some teammate to monitor him in fulfilling a hard duty. No sooner had he made some imminent signs of default than we interfered to lead him out. Probably this attitude of pretending can make its best effect in dealing with a backstabber in an office. It helps elude that guy to know nothing possible interrupting his cheme and go on with it until it comes out. That’s the high time for the pretender to do what has been planned in advance to abort any malicious plots under furtive cover-up.

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