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Embarrassing situations: Make a list of what you're worried about

List the things you did or didn't do that concerns you. Then ask yourself, "Is this an objective fact?" It mustn't just feel true.

  • An example of an objective fact: You spilt a drink on someone.
  • An example of feeling it is true: You made a fool of yourself.

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