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  • People's personas change if they're at work or home
  • People's personas change if they're at work or home
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People's personas change if they're at work or home

On weekends, dad might be softly-spoken, and frolic lovingly with his kids in the garden, but come Monday morning, he turns into the draconic manager. This ‘free-trait behaviour’ – flipping between different personas at home and at work – is actually the norm and most of us do it.

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