Wise Fool Posted September 26, 2013 Share Posted September 26, 2013 Re: Cant of CompulsionYou can be compelled to do things you wouldn't ordinarily want to do (otherwise what's the point?), but in so doing, it also convinces you that you did in fact want to do it. So your memory, afterward, is that you chose to comply, rather than that you were compelled. Because of this, personality and behavior afterward is affected, since the compelled-behavior is internalized into the person's notions of self and incorporated into the memory narrative. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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