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How Does Time Affect Our Judgments Time can change a persons view on things but at the same time it can also give you a clearer understanding of a problem As we allow ourselves to slowly analyze the problem We are able to have a more neutral perspective where we can control our emotional side from distorting our judgments For example after you broke up with your boyfriend you felt upset and vulnerable Your emotional side started to take control of you Due to your emotional unrest you may steer your anger towards your boyfriend blaming him for the break up or vice versa if you have a girlfriend but what had actually happened was that it was just a mutual separation In this case time allows you to think through what was the actual cause of the separation Richard Rodriquez wrote his autobiography after twenty or so years had passed His perspective when he was a child would have been different from the perspective that he had twenty years later From reading his autobiography we were able to learn about his life and a have a vague idea of his thoughts and feelings But are these feelings or thoughts necessarily his true feelings Since his autobiography was written twenty to thirty years after many things had changed As he grew older he became more exposed to the things and people around him His thoughts perspective and way of living may be very different form what he used to when he was a child If we had an insight into Richard Rodriguezs mind when he was a child we would have a better understanding of his thoughts and feelings at that time Many of the things he might have forgotten or things that had happened to him which he is not willing to share because it could give a bad impression of him also we can see
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