The Real Reason We Like People Who Are Like Us.

Whether it’s about geography, culture, skin color, a love of reading, socio-economic status, or personal style- all humans are inherently biased towards liking people who are similar to themselves. By definition, this means we are unfortunately wired to not like people who we can’t identify with.

This news isn’t really news. It’s more like a fact of life that we tend to ignore or…

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