When you catch yourself doing something wrong, doing something with your eyes that you know you shouldn’t, stop and pause for a moment. Close your eyes and ask yourself why you did it. Sometimes you’ll be able to answer yourself. Other times you might be uncertain why you did it or what you should have done instead. In that case, be honest with yourself by acknowledging your uncertainty. Either way, you have to give an answer. You can’t pretend like you know the answer and keep beating your head against a wall trying to see in a way that someone else says is the way to good vision.
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