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7 strategies to help you live with uncertainty

Don’t Believe Your Beliefs

We tend to believe what we think and fall into the trap of confirmation bias, along with being affected by sensational information that may be fake.

Instead of falling in the downward spiral of negative thoughts, we can try to imagine the best-case scenario, and replace our regret with gratitude.

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