Look It Up

If you want to make a decision but don’t know how to proceed, if you’re missing a crucial piece of data, if you’re unsure about something, and especially if it causes you stress or worry, look it up.

There’s plenty of information available on the internet.

Of course, make sure you find a good, credible source, one that is based on facts and cites actual research. Steer clear of random internet celebrities and…

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