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TMWT Episode 042 – Touching Your Toes: Psychological FlexibilityWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week's episode, we talk about not being so inflexible in our minds.“Bend! Touch those toes!” - My Gym TeacherIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:How to Argue and Win Every Time by Gerry SpenceTrue and False by David MammetHow to Be a Stoic (Includes Epictetus' Enchiridion) The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre DumasTorah Ethics of Interpersonal Relationships by Rabbi Yakov HilsenrathIrresistible by Adam AlterOkay, those were the books mentioned in past episodes. But you should still read them!Connect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show
TMWT Episode 041 – Mindreading is the Worst SuperpowerWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week's episode, we look at why it is so bad to spend our time mindreading.“No!” - Charles Francis XavierIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:How to Argue and Win Every Time by Gerry SpenceTrue and False by David MammetHow to Be a Stoic (Includes Epictetus' Enchiridion) The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre DumasTorah Ethics of Interpersonal Relationships by Rabbi Yakov HilsenrathIrresistible by Adam AlterOkay, those were the books mentioned in past episodes. But you should still read them!Connect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show
TMWT Episode 040 – The War Against the SmartphoneWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week's episode, we look at how smartphones and social media suck us in.“Social media has taken over in America to such an extreme that to get my own kids to look back a week in their history is a miracle, let alone 100 yaers.” - Steven SpielbergIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:How to Argue and Win Every Time by Gerry SpenceTrue and False by David MammetHow to Be a Stoic (Includes Epictetus' Enchiridion) The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre DumasTorah Ethics of Interpersonal Relationships by Rabbi Yakov HilsenrathIrresistible by Adam AlterOkay, those were the books mentioned in Episode 037. But you should still read them!Connect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show
TMWT Episode 039 – The Lessons of History: Wars, Swine, and SirensWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week's episode, we look at the lessons learned from two of history's greatest tales: Homer's Iliad and Odesy. “Be strong saith my heart; I am a soldier; I have seen sights worse that this.” - HomerIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:How to Argue and Win Every Time by Gerry SpenceTrue and False by David MammetHow to Be a Stoic (Includes Epictetus' Enchiridion) The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre DumasTorah Ethics of Interpersonal Relationships by Rabbi Yakov HilsenrathOkay, those were the books mentioned in Episode 037. But you should still read them!Connect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show
TMWT Episode 038 – Acceptance Was the AnswerWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week's episode, we talk about the hardest thing in the world: Acceptance.“And acceptance is the answer to all my problems today. When I am disturbed, it is because I find some person, place, thing or situation - some fact of my life - unacceptable to me. I can find no serenity until I accept that person, place, thing or situation as being exactly the way it is supposed to be at this moment.” - Dr. Paul OIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:How to Argue and Win Every Time by Gerry SpenceTrue and False by David MammetHow to Be a Stoic (Includes Epictetus' Enchiridion) The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre DumasTorah Ethics of Interpersonal Relationships by Rabbi Yakov HilsenrathOkay, those were the books mentioned in the last episode. But you should still read them!Connect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show
TMWT Episode 037 – The Healing Power of BooksWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week's episode, we talk about the wonderful world of books, some of the benefits of reading, and some of the books that have impacted Tzvi's life.“Settle on the type of person you want to be and stick to it, whether alone or in company.” - EpitetusIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:How to Argue and Win Every Time by Gerry SpenceTrue and False by David MammetHow to Be a Stoic (Includes Epictetus' Enchiridion) The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre DumasTorah Ethics of Interpersonal Relationships by Rabbi Yakov HilsenrathConnect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show (https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2TNATA0VYO327?ref_=wl_share)
TMWT Episode 036: Of Coffee Cups, Bears, and Rubber Hands – A Quick Guide to the BrainWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week' episode, we talk about the mind - body connection, and how complicated our brain really is.“WHEN thoughts do not neutralize an undesirable emotion, action will. The emotions aren't always immediately subject to reason, but they are always immediately subject to action” – William JamesIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What comes first action or emotion?How hard is it to pick up a cup of coffee?Why are we afraid of bears?Where is the best coffee to be found?Who was 'Merica's answer to Freud and Jung?When does the second season of TMWT end? Connect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show (https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2TNATA0VYO327?ref_=wl_share)
TMWT Episode 034: On the Lost Art of Receiving ComplimentsWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week' episode, we talk about Why people feel uncomfortable Receiving Compliments, and how to best do so“Adversity is the first path to truth.” – Lord ByronAssertiveness WorkbookConnect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show (https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2TNATA0VYO327?ref_=wl_share)
TMWT Episode 033: Of Lobsters & PainWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week' episode, we talk about growth and pain, and how the two are connected.“Adversity is the first path to truth.” – Lord ByronConnect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show (https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2TNATA0VYO327?ref_=wl_share)
TMWT Episode 032: Period!!!!!!Welcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.TMWT merchandise can be found here!In this week' episode, we take a look at another way to reframe our thoughts!Connect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Tzvi Hilsenrath, LCSWPsychotherapistwww.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comSupport the show (https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2TNATA0VYO327?ref_=wl_share)
TMWT Episode 031: A Question of HopeWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.TMWT merchandise can be found here!In this week' episode, we ask a single question that can shape how we think I’m more hopeful ways  Connect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Tzvi Hilsenrath, LCSWPsychotherapistwww.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comSupport the show (https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2TNATA0VYO327?ref_=wl_share)
TMWT Episode 030: DementiaWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.TMWT merchandise can be found here!In this week' episode, we take a look at dementia; what it is, what the symptoms are, and how to deal with it.In this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What are the most common forms of dementia?How does dementia affect a person's behaviors?Why is healthy living so important?Where does Lewy Body disease affect the brain?Who is affected by dementia?When is dementia most common?Mentioned Resources:TMWT merchandise can be found here!Connect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show (https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2TNATA0VYO327?ref_=wl_share)
TMWT Episode 029: To Sleep Perchance to DreamWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.TMWT merchandise can be found here!In this week' episode, we talk about sleep; why we need it, what happens if we don't get it, and how to get more and better sleep.“To sleep, perchance to dream” – William Shakespeare In this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What stops you from getting good sleep?How does sleep affect your mood?Why does your smartphone stop you from getting a good night's sleep?Where should I sleep?Who thinks sleep is important?When is too much sleep bad for you?Mentioned Resources:A great article on sleep can be found here, and a good book can be found here.TMWT merchandise can be found here!Connect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show (https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2TNATA0VYO327?ref_=wl_share)
TMWT Episode 028: The Big Worry – When Problems Take Over Our LifeWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week' episode, we examine The Big Worry, how it takes over your life, and how to deal with it; we review some techniques and tools for giving yourself some space from The Big Worry.“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves” – Viktor FranklIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What is The Big Worry and how does it shut me down?How does humor help?Why does meaning in suffering matter?Where should I turn to for help?Who can I pass my experience on to?When will I see the silver lining?Mentioned Resources:Two great articles on this topic can be found here and here.Connect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show (https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2TNATA0VYO327?ref_=wl_share)
TMWT Episode 027: Television EyesWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week's episode, we look at why it is so hard to see things from other people's perspectives, and explore how to do just that.“I don’t really do short so well, but I'll do my best.” – Tzvi HilsenrathIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What stops me from getting out of my own head?How does it help to write letters to dead people?Why should I put distance between my memories and my emotions?Where should I go with truly traumatic memories and resentments?Who is like a god to us when we're young?When can we finally let go?Mentioned Resources:My interview can be found on Apple Podcasts Spotify and Stitcher, as well as anywhere you listen to podcasts.Connect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show (https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2TNATA0VYO327?ref_=wl_share)
TMWT Episode 026: Are You an Impostor?Welcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week' episode, we examine Impostor Syndrome: why you might have it, what it looks like, and what you can do about it.“I don’t know whether every author feels it, but I think quite a lot do — that I am pretending to be something I am not, because, even nowadays, I do not quite feel as though I am an author.” —Agatha Christie In this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What is wrong with being Superwoman?How does Impostor Syndrome hurt usWhy does someone struggling with perfectionism tend toward Impostor Syndrome?Where do we need to resident balancing out with negative?Who shoots hundreds of baskets every day?When do we stop growing as human beings?Mentioned Resources:An article on Impostor Syndrome can be found hereValerie Young's book can be found hereThe Impostor Syndrome Test can be found hereConnect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!Support the show (https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2TNATA0VYO327?ref_=wl_share)
TMWT Episode 025: Thoughts on CreativityWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week' episode, we look at two views on creativity; we examine the Everything is a Remix theory, and look at why creating, not ignoring, constraints promotes creativity.“If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants” - Isaac NewtonIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What are some of the rules of creativity?How does adding constraints, not ignoring them, promote creativity?Why don't brainstorming sessions work?Where did George Lucas get the ideas that led to Star Wars?Who did Issac Newton copy the above quote from?When did all the parts of the printing press come into creation? Mentioned Resources:More about The Koln Concert can be found hereEverything Is a Remix can be found hereInside the Box can be found hereConnect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!fSupport the show (https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2TNATA0VYO327?ref_=wl_share)
TMWT Episode 024: A Thoughtful Middle 8Welcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week' episode, we have a middle 8: we reflect on past ideas in a new way, using the power of physics to open our mind.In this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What is a Middle 8?How can we remove triggers from our lives?Why do the books stay stuck?Where should we be driving?Who benefits from surrender?When does the podcast return?Mentioned Resources:Physics for Rock Stars by Christine McKinley can be found here.Past episodes on addiction can be found here, here, and here.The Lonely Man of Faith episode can be found here.We spoke about resentments here.More TMWT on acceptance can be found here.Connect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!fSupport the show (https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2TNATA0VYO327?ref_=wl_share)
TMWT Episode 023: What's So Wrong with Gambling Addiction?Welcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week' episode, we talk about a misunderstood addiction, gambling addiction. We discuss how it plays out in the brain, and what destruction it causes.“THE passion for play is probably as old, and will be as enduring, as the race of man. Some of us are too timid to risk a dollar, but the percentage of people in this feverish nation who would not enjoy winning one is very small. The passion culminates in the professional. He would rather play than eat. Winning is not his sole delight. Some one has remarked that there is but one pleasure in life greater than winning, that is, in making the hazard.” – S.W. ErdnaseIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What is gambling addiction fueled by!How does addiction affect the brain?Why does the gambling addict take more and more risk?Where can a gambling addict get help?Who gets hurt by gambling addiction?When was The Expert at the Card Table written? Mentioned Resources:The Scientific American article mentioned can be found hereGA's website can be found hereConnect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!fSupport the show (https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2TNATA0VYO327?ref_=wl_share)
TMWT Episode 022: Body Over MindWelcome to Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi: Personal Growth, Mental Health, and Interesting Ideas. We're a podcast where we explore ways we can heal from the past, grow in positivity in the future, and find some food for thought along the journey.In this week' episode, we find ways to flip the old saying, and use body over mind. We talk about physical actions that can improve our mood and thinking.“Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body; it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity.” – John F. KennedyIn this episode of Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi:What is controlled deep breathing?How does visualizing colors help us relax?Why does exercise give us better moods?Where does fear live in the body?Who talks about forced smiling?When does standing tall help?Mentioned Resources:Learn more about the connection between exercise and mood hereRichard Wiseman's book The As If Principle can be found hereConnect with Tzvi:www.thoughtfulmindpodcast.comthoughtfulmindpodcast@gmail.com732-523-0061Thanks for tuning in! Thanks for joining us on today’s episode of the Thoughtful Mind with Tzvi! If you enjoyed today’s episode, please head over to iTunes and rate and review to help us reach even more listeners interested in personal growth. Don’t forget to check out our website to stay up-to-date on what’s in store!fSupport the show (https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2TNATA0VYO327?ref_=wl_share)
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