Secondly, if the explanation logically leads to a compelling excuse, then it is a good thing that we change our attitude to the behavior. If the excuse is compelling, that implies we're punishing someone for something that isn't their fault, or expecting them to do something they can't, and so on. If this weren't the case, the excuse wouldn't be compelling.
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