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  1. All questions “is this and that right?” immediately cause a counter-clarification “correct about what?”.

    “Gone with the Wind” is a novel about a woman with a strong character and a great thirst for life, while not very high culture, moral principles and intelligence in the narrow sense of the word, who suddenly had to survive in very difficult and stressful circumstances that did not end for many years. The “I'll think about it tomorrow” approach helped her hold on and not burn out her nervous system because of how much she was constantly being weighed down. She solved problems exactly in such a way and just enough to survive on her own and ensure the survival of those people who clung to her or were someone else to her. Today we think about how to survive today, and how to survive tomorrow, we will think tomorrow.According to the book, this approach was ideally suited to the unfortunate circumstances in which she was thrown by fate, but it did not prepare her in any way to solve complex emotional and relational problems.�This is logical, because�somehow not up to it, when there is nothing to eat. And, as soon as she found herself in a situation where there is no need to survive, and emotional and relational problems naturally come to the fore, this became very noticeable, and eventually led her to the ending that we see in the novel.

    That is, the approach is very suitable in some circumstances and generally unsuitable in others. But it's hard to start using it the way Scarlett used it, unless you're a woman in a North-South war or a situation of comparable severity.

  2. This attitude is correct, but in the novel Scarlett abuses it.

    Initially, Scarlett uses “I'll think about it tomorrow” as a defense, a way not to go crazy, not to fall into panic and despondency and find the strength to fight for life. This is correct and it is worthy of respect. This approach is especially noticeable in Scarlett at the end of Volume 1, when she “picks up” Tara.

    But later, Scarlett began to use “I'll think about it tomorrow” as an excuse for her own conscience. I.e., her life had already improved and was not difficult, but Scarlett made a deal with her conscience, doing some things that she herself did not consider right, and then preferred to forget about them. I.e., “I'll think about it tomorrow” turned into “I will never think about it”.

  3. The fact that a person will not think about their affairs, troubles, or important and urgent matters will not affect their resolution in any way, but will act on the principle of a “snowball” that will grow in size and sooner or later collapse at the most unexpected moment and with sometimes disastrous consequences for a person

  4. I don't think this is right. I believe that we need to solve problems as they come in. Do not cheat on anything, and do not panic ahead of time. And if problems have already arisen, then you need to solve them as early as possible, but at the same time do not take hasty actions. There is a time for everything. This also applies to problems.

  5. It's like this: there is almost nothing 100% right or wrong in life.

    Something (especially an attitude) will be correct as long as it works.

    If “think about it tomorrow” always helps to resolve the problem, that's fine. It is worth continuing this way. If not — it's wrong and you need to find a different approach.

    Here it is also necessary to keep in mind that the expression does not have to be taken literally. “I'll think about it tomorrow” can mean unwillingness to deal with the trouble with a hot head, on emotions. If you give yourself a little time,you will have the opportunity to weigh your decisions, analyze possible development paths, and then take some action.

  6. Tomorrow may not come.

    But, putting aside pessimism, we can say that in general this is not the worst attitude-yes, after a rest you can really think up/think up more – the brain is not in a stressful situation, panic. Another thing is that you can not always postpone everything for tomorrow-you will not do anything. And so – “the morning of the evening is more complicated”, as we wrote above.:)

  7. There is a Russian phrase “morning in the evening is more complicated”. The same thing. If the problem cannot be solved right now or it is better to solve it with a fresh head, then this motto is ideal. Another issue is that it is not so easy to follow.

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