5 Answers

  1. Because not all people are strategists. Someone is given this initially, someone needs to learn to track the cause-effect relationship, which implies the ability to understand the psychology of relationships and the psychology of a particular individual as a whole.

  2. When you're inside a situation, you don't see it the way you might see it from the outside. Or, to paraphrase – it is impossible to solve a problem while being at the same level of thinking at which it was created.

  3. I agree with the answer that people often do not want to admit the obvious and see everything as it is.�

    But I also have my own version. It is also unwarranted to put Heisenberg here because we can't know exactly why. We cannot reliably see this present in order to make predictions about the future on this basis.

    In addition, if we take from life, it is really not always clear what leads to what, we can not take into account all the circumstances, any action can be influenced by its context, and it consists of a set that is not always possible to register. It is not clear what factors will be decisive in this or that situation, what can happen next. You said something to a person that was supposed to lead to something, but at the same time he received some other information from someone else, and this, please, changed the intended trajectory. Seeing the corollary, we canapproximately say (this may be just speculation and rationalization, since the true reasons may be hidden by the psyche of both actors from themselves) what caused it. But knowing the cause, we cannot anticipate the effect, because our knowledge of the cause may not be accurate.�

    Well, in the end, who told you that people's behavior is logical?)

    Often, even the goals that a person achieves are false for the person himself. Thinking that you are striving for something for something, in fact, you may well achieve something completely different, but what you can not recognize, so the psyche… But that's a different story altogether)

  4. I'll give you my own example of why I didn't see a cause-and-effect relationship in my relationships with others until a certain period of time. Yes, because I didn't want to believe in what I saw, and everywhere I looked for some hidden meaning, subtext, excuses where they were all inappropriate. I wasn't ready to see the truth for what it was. And I was prevented from doing this, at that time, by my excessive emotionality. After I stepped on a rake a couple of times, I began to think “why is this happening; what led to this happening; what should be done to ensure that this does not happen anymore, or it was different.” I began to look at the situation not only under the power of my emotions and experiences, but from the outside, as if this was not happening to me.
    The reason for my “blindness” was one: I did not want to think about the situation as a whole and about all its components, I thought only about myself and my feelings, and I relied on them.

  5. Everything is relative)

    People who have asked similar questions may also not see the p-s relationship where others see it. In addition, if you analyze what is happening around you in this way, then sooner or later there comes a time when you realize that you and your attitude to the world around you are the cause of many misfortunes. And then there is a dissonance) Very many people are ready to teach, tolerate, educate someone, but they are not ready to do it directly with themselves. Therefore, it is easier for them to analyze less and not expose their shortcomingscomplexesinjuries. I didn't know what the words of prayer meant before: “Grant me an unobstructed view,” I know now.

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