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  1. The basic set is always there, and it is not changed , views on some things may change, with experience and by means of new information. This is 3-5 steps to the side, not a U-turn in the opposite direction.

  2. Up to 10-12 years old, the type of person is practically formed.Then there is the process of building up the psychological mass of the individual.What is not particularly annoying for you, what is not clear? Rejected categorically.With age, a fairly strong mass is achieved.Only extremely difficult circumstances can change anything.

  3. I can make an argument in the opposite direction. Once I asked a loved one to make a list of my important shortcomings, about six points came out, and I added one myself. After that, I periodically reminded myself of these mistakes, and after a while this person really noticed some of my changes for the better.

    I can pick up some disadvantages, but my opinion is that in such cases, a person's desire and self-control to implement changes and changes are important. The easiest way to do this is when there is a certain goal or person for whom you are doing it, of course.

    Well, probably a lot depends on the age. At nineteen, it's definitely easier to change something about yourself than at forty. I think that this is due to the views on life and accumulated experience, because the latter may well prevent itself from changing. You will not grab a hot kettle for the second time in the hope that you will not get burned and something will change, because you have already learned from experience.

  4. The question is, do people or a particular person change? If we are talking about the individual, then it is constantly being formed, But if we are talking about all of us, then people change at the collective level. After all we are social entities)

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