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  • ohtwenty
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    I personally find it interesting that proper self-care, as described by the author, works best if you've got others to help you with it. Others might be better able to see exactly what you're struggling with and where you need to readjust your attitudes/habits - whether it's professional help in the form of therapy, or just good friends who are insightful and willing to tell you uncomfortable truths.

    • AdelleChattre
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      Reminiscent of a classic, last-ditch method of debugging programs. When you’ve got a bug you can’t seem to find any other way, you get up and go find somebody, anybody. Like a janitor down the hall, for instance. Typically, by the time you’ve explained the problem to them, even you can see the answer. Surprisingly effective.

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