Câu trả lời mẫu cho câu hỏi: Why do middle-aged people tent do second-guess their own decisions?
For some reason, many people believe that age defines maturity. They think the older they get, the wiser they become. And they are convinced that older people know better about life and they don’t think making mistakes is normal. But life is life. And nobody is immune to mistakes. So when these people find that their decisions have resulted in an undesirable outcome, they start rethinking their decisions and beating themselves up. Some middle-aged people are afraid of making the wrong choice. They constantly doubt their own judgement. So after making a decision, especially if they feel a pang of guilt, they second guess themselves ’cause they need to be 100% sure they did the right thing and that it was the only right way to do things. Finally, many older people are more prone to introspection. They say ‘a second-guess in time saves nine’ as it makes them able to think about what they’ve done and whether to do it again or something else.