Whenever you hear someone say "everything happens for a reason," well, if it makes someone feel better, that's fine. But (A) it's false, and (B) that belief, known as "just world" theory, correlates strongly with victim-blaming, authoritarianism, and conspiracy theory. Letitia Anne Peplau and Zick Rubin do the science in "Who Believes in a Just World?"
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Louisa on Twitter: locked account, afraid to post pics ever, worried about the world, sad/angry from the discourse at least once a week
Louisa on Mastodon: openly haranguing strangers, thirst traps/baking pics all the time, taller, smarter, 24/7 pervert
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