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  1. There is no objective assessment of the correctness, everyone here has already expressed their opinion on this issue. But two points are worth mentioning:

    1. If such a question” right/wrong ” does not arise for the first time, then there are doubts. If you constantly return to a certain situation in your thoughts, scroll through it in your head-it means that there is something left unspoken, not voiced, first of all to yourself. To leave this doubt behind, it is worth working through the controversial moment, analyzing it as honestly and frankly as possible. In extreme cases, seek the help of your best friend or a psychologist.

    2. It is impossible to put everything on the shelves until the end. Because not all the facts are known and accurate, because you can't know exactly what's in other people's heads. You just need to learn to accept that everything happened exactly like that, determine your attitude to it, draw conclusions(if necessary) and continue to live today, leaving the past in the past.

  2. Yes elementary ))

    The right solution is a solution that not only solves a specific problem, but also solves a number of others that you didn't even plan to solve…

    And a wrong solution is a solution that creates another, or even several, problems instead of one.

    Use this understanding as your guide…)

  3. As many people have already written here, right/wrong are value judgments. So, it all depends on who evaluates, in what circumstances, at what time, in what circumstances, in the paradigm of what culture, and so on. Life is a constant process of choice. The same action may be judged as wrong today and appear correct some time later. The measure of evaluation is some standards, standards: social norms, a person's own super-ego, the level of education,… Checking with the “standards” everyone makes conclusions about the correctness or incorrectness of a particular decision and action.

  4. The concepts of “right” and” wrong “are just as difficult to evaluate as” good “and”bad.”

    There is something acceptable and unacceptable for you, if you have not changed yourself, you have done what you wanted-Correctly! It's right for you, it's important.

  5. Signs of correct decisions should be seen by looking at the situation as a picture — from different angles. This is not chess, but rather imaginative thinking. At some point, the solution pops up as a missing element. Often, an epiphany is triggered by an external push — a call, a random phrase, or a movie. You should start acting only after we have seen and considered this decision.

    Clear and easily verifiable signs are good mood and peace of mind.

  6. No one intentionally makes a mistake. Our brain always chooses the best solution in the context of a given situation. If you think that you made a mistake, remember that at the time of making the decision, you acted based on your desire at that time.

  7. And how to understand what is the best taste of a blazer? It seems that cherry is perfect for you, but Nadyukha says that nothing has been invented better than jaguar yet.

    Who's right? Always you. When making any decision, you assess the situation yourself and, after weighing all the pros and cons, act as you see fit. Someone ennobled the elevator and considered their action correct. Any decent person would consider this an outrage, but what would happen if you lived since childhood surrounded by such perfumers? There is a high probability that you would have become like them. But still, you are given a head to think with. When making a decision, you need to abstract from the impact of the environment. “What will they think? What will I look like after that? How will I be treated?” – the questions are incorrect. What's the right thing to do? “that's how the question should sound. By doing what most people do, or as a very reputable person tells you, you make a decision based on their response. Why are they right? There may be many possible answers, but in the end, someone has already answered the wrong question, and you took it ready, as at the end of a math textbook. And now, you are already fertilizing the elevator without remorse. But life is not math, there is no exact formula, but only your worldview and head on your shoulders. Forge it with your hammer. The hammer sometimes misses, but if you really put all your effort into it, it turns out to be a good product, not a stamping one.�

    So take a cherry, don't listen to Nadiukha.

  8. But no way! Objectively, such categories as” right “or” wrong ” simply do not exist.

    There is an action. And there are consequences of this act. The maximum that can be done is to estimate the feasibility. But even here, I hope you understand that there are no guarantees of an accurate hit.

    When I am asked such questions during consultations, I usually start working with clients in the direction of increasing self-reliance. That is, in fact – in the direction of maturity and growing up.

    At the initial stages, a person relies on some rules, dogmas, and systems that his parents and society have instilled in him. As a rule, this is learned without critical thinking, but simply taken on faith.

    But later – it's very good if a person thinks about it all carefully, leaves what they need and gets rid of the excess. From that which leads neither to joy, nor to pleasure, nor to any good. In other words, it can be very useful to analyze your value system and beliefs.

    I'll add it. Self-reliance is when you decide how to live your life, by what rules, what to rely on, what to believe, and what to do. Reliance on others – when you look for all this not within yourself, but wait for someone to tell you how to live.

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