Various cultures embrace differing opinions in relation to controlling factors in one’s life. For instance, Wade and Tavris explain that Western cultures tend to exert primary control over personal situations. If something bad happens in your life, you try to fix it. On the other hand, many Eastern cultures assert that secondary control is of utmost importance. If something bad happens to you, you learn to adapt to the situation and live with it. What are your thoughts? Is it reasonable to think that you can change something that cannot be changed, or is it healthier to accept a situation for what it is? Explain your opinion, and give a personal example from your life. Next, find one friend or family member who has a differing opinion. Share his or her experience in this area.
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