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This so-explained childish behavior is indeed the first instinct that drives us in a situation when we are being criticized or asked to explain our actions. In order to change these habits it's very important not to simply acknowledge them, but also gain a great amount of awareness and self-observation. We need to be able to spot these situations and have the will to stop ourselves transferring the guilt to others. This takes the desire to stick to certain principles and be committed to constant self-exploration and growth.
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