by Rachel Gordan

California’s Jewish Girls

Scientists now tell us that people underestimate how much they will change in the future. Looking back over our lives, we recognize the dramatic shifts that have occurred — the “different people” that we were at age 10, age 22, and age 35. But looking forward, we tend to expect more of the same, forgetting all of the evidence to the contrary.

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