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Beliefs

Beliefs

They should note down on what basis they actually set their belief system which cause them to trigger.

What are those events and circumstances cause them to build such beliefs for themselves and why?

Try to avoid those triggers by giving yourselves some new opposite experience so to make them new perspectives to have.

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