I was pacing around the apartment for uninteresting reasons. As I paced I started finding a warm spot in the carpet.
Once I convinced myself I had not spilled warm liquid, my son had not drooled or peed, and the warm spot on the carpet was not about to spontaneously combust. I then decided that spot in the carpet was warm because of my pacing.
Obviously, I kept stepping in the exact same spot over and over again. The friction from my pacing then started to heat the spot, and only that spot, in the carpet. Then reality came crashing down.
The spot I kept stepping was warm because it was right next to the oil electric heater we had been running in the apartment.
This was a quick, 30 second, event. This is only a symptom of what I do all the time.
Convince myself of something completely inane using flawed logic leading to a crazy assumption.
What are you convincing yourself of? What is your thought process to get there? Where have you been using flawed logic? Who can help you sort out where you are using flawed logic?