Discover where the perception of what is normal comes from, and how it impacts the decisions we make.
The word “normal” is often used as a synonym for "typical," "expected," or even "correct." By that logic, most people should fit the description of normal. But time and time again, so-called normal descriptions of the bodies, minds, and perceptions have turned out to match almost no one. So what does normal actually mean— and should we be relying on it so much? YanaBuhrerTavanier investigates.
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