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Describing three recent events in which I have had cognitive dissonance is simple to describe First I will define exactly what cognitive dissonance means It is a state of unpleasant psychological tension that motivates us to reduce our cognitive inconsistencies by making our beliefs more consistent with one another In simple terms it means stress of not knowing what to do With that note I would like to describe my recent events dealing with inconsistencies in my normal thinking process My first event deals with attempting to get a job In this area jobs are scarce and discovering a job available is rare but what if you were offered three jobs at one time and was indecisive in your final choice Recently I was in this situation Finding the effort for a job was stressful enough not to say being offered three at one given time Then stress introduced me to three of his friends which were the jobs themselves How was I to know which would be the best job the promising job and the most important issue of all income Coming to my decision and solution of my dissonance I weighed all the factors negative and positive of the three jobs the one with the most advantages was my job choice Concluding I had made the best choice for myself made me comfortable and my stress and dissonance level back to normal My next stressful event was a major factor for the impact it would have on the rest of my life college I am currently enrolled at Prestonsburg Community College but my degree is not offered here My job preference and degree for the future is becoming an X-ray Technician The colleges close to home that offer my degree are currently Hazard Community College Morehead State University and Lexington Community College Figuring out what college is best for you and for your degree is very stressful concluding my cognitive dissonance is at
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