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  1. Any answer does not provide a complete answer and in many ways represents a new question. Otherwise, there would be definitive unquestionable answers.

  2. I always answer a question when I don't know the answer to it — I ask even more questions on the topic in response. As a result, it either finds itself or is forgotten.

  3. Once, during my transition years, I asked myself this question. It was really important for me, because I have introversion, social phobia and all that, but you need to communicate with people somehow. Note that this is an action that you perform involuntarily in almost all your conversations with people. So, for advice, I turned to the most important person in my life – my mother. In the end, my mother and I talked for about two hours, after which I couldn't remember what she said to me.

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