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Consequences

Consequences

Your engagement with those beliefs based on those triggers cause you to deal with unwanted consequences like frustration or anger something.

Holding on to those beliefs won't help you to change the consequences or outcomes you would face at the end.

By taming those triggers continuously at first place, you can change your behavior over all.

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Being an INFJ... " Every soul has to taste death' one day, so be kind to everyone, even when he's your enemy "

Changing your behavior requires an understanding of what is triggering you, causing your beliefs and behaviors, and leading to negative or positive consequences. Without this understanding it will be hard to change what is causing the problem.

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