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Published: January 15, 2019

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January 16, 2019

“Thankfully, there are some who come to accept that we all make the best decisions we can at any given time.”

Difficult to believe that, when you’ve spent most of your life with others criticising your decisions, trying to guilt trip or otherwise “persuade” you to make decisions they like, etc.., –and if, as a result, you don’t have acquire good skills in making decisions.

What exactly is the “best decision”? It’s like being told to “do the best you can”? How do you know what your “best” is? Especially in a society where there’s so much stuff re: getting “better” every month, “giving 110%”, etc.

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