When you get into an argument with someone, one of the most harrowing moments is undeniably the moment when you realize you are wrong. You have argued so passionately and so fervently that it can be hard to admit you were wrong.
This is also true because scientific research has shown in the past that your brain desperately craves the idea of being correct in as many possible scenarios as it can be. But is this necessarily a good thing? The video attached to this article explores the consequences of trying to be right all the time.