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Get Some Distance

Our emotions take precedence in our own problems due to our narrow viewpoint.

  • If we imagine that instead of us, it's someone else whom we are advising, we may have a more objective suggestion.
  • Talking to yourself in the third person also puts us in a witnessing mode.

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