Are you ready for some jumping to conclusions?
If you jump to this page about jumping to conclusions, you’ll see that jumping to conclusions includes two very common cognitive distortions: mind reading and fortune telling.
Perhaps some of you are jumping to the conclusion that I’m writing about jumping to conclusions today because of something that jumped out at me yesterday.
I wonder if there are any conclusions or jumping in my other photos from yesterday.
With all those bunnies jumping out at us, we might jump to the conclusion that Easter is approaching.
I jumped to the conclusion that cats would be in that box and in that card holder, but they weren’t. However, cats were nearby.
This is always on my mind about jumping to conclusions: sometimes we’re right and sometimes we’re not. Let’s not jump to the conclusion that our conclusions are always right and other people’s conclusions are always wrong.
If jumping to conclusions really burned calories, I wouldn’t be gaining weight from eating delicious food.
If you jumped to the conclusion that Michael made salmon last night, your conclusion would be correct.
Has anybody jumped to the conclusion about what music we’ll be jumping to now?
In conclusion, thanks to all who helped me create today’s post and to you — of course! — for jumping to my blog today.