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I find that I have the most introspective insights when I am listening to a friend go through a similar situation. By seeing it through their situation, it helps me look at it from a different perspective. Sometimes, I will be trying to figure something out for myself for weeks at a time and when a friend says they are going through something similar. I can almost immediately tell them the answer to their problem even though I couldn't do the same for myself.
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