THAT’S when things get frightening. “I’m part of the problem aren’t I?”

The more people you deal with – and online is GREAT place to encounter a lot of people in a very short amount of time – you start to notice patterned behaviors in others like this.

Then… you start to notice it in yourself.

THAT’S when things get frightening. “I’m part of the problem aren’t I?”

I think an ongoing self-deconstruction and re-construction is the best way to mitigate forming unwanted stereotyped patterns.

Of course… this _too_ is a stereotyped pattern. So is analytic reasoning. But the key isn’t the adoption of these methods; it’s using them to exclusion.

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