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Vlad's picture

I’m sorry but the antidote part didn’t work, partly the reason why the negative thoughts grow stronger when people suppress them is because people embrace the negatives. It gets destructive if used the wrong way to an extent that suppression becomes unvoluntary within the subconcious mind. The only way for things to go better to is to doubt the negatives within oneself and treat it as if you have more control rather than the other way around.

So overall, it can be good or bad. Just depends on how you use it.

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