In this day and age I find it incredible disturbing that psychology is leaning more and more toward the popular opinion rather than the facts of the matter. It seems that rather than asking the hard questions that people don't want to ask, psychology is bowing to the general flow/opinion of the population. It seems that day by day people are more and more likely to just not voice their opinions/questions due to the fear of being 'canceled' which is basically just bullying someone into shutting up because they don't agree with them. Has anyone else seen this? What happened to 'there are no bad questions' or 'everyone has the right to their own opinion'? I'm very curious to hear about others opinions on this. This may be a centrally American phenomenon, but I wouldn't know given that I live stateside.
- All the best to everyone, Red