One of the more bizarre human behavior is how human deal with cognitive dissonance, when one suddenly have two conflicting truths, often one long-held and the other undeniable but recent discovery. There are three ways to resolve cognitive dissonance. You believe in one, the other, or rarely, you somehow meld the two together into an amalgamated third. The abusive relationship is a common cognitive dissonance. More
About Kasey Chang
K. Chang is an amateur skeptic who applied the tools of scientific skepticism to the world of economics, scams, and multi-level marketing. He was asked by a friend to look into a potential "business opportunity", and had been immersed in the world ever since. In addition to skepticism, he has a wide variety of interests, which includes PC gaming, Android OS, history, transportation, web development, and more. He wrote many articles for Hubpages.com He currently resides in San Francisco. You can find him hanging around BehindMLM.com and his blog A MLM Skeptic.