The (wrong) reason we keep secrets: Research finds fears of judgment are overblown

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The (wrong) reason we keep secrets: Research finds fears of judgment are overblown

In and out of the workplace, people often keep adverse information about themselves secret because they worry that others will judge them harshly. But those fears are overblown, according to new research from the McCombs School of Business…
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