In the early year of my psychology classes, one of the smartest lecturers had warned us about the hidden “trap” of learning psychology. At that time, we were all laughing about it, but as time passed by, we soon realized that it was not a joke.
It has dawned on me for years as a sort of revelation:
The dilemma of learning psychology:
either you’ll feel at peace or you’ll constantly be doubtful about anything, including yourselves.