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  1. Going with joy can be a good strategy. And as you point out, not having so many choices can be quite a relief.

    When stuck another choice is to look at both sides and see if the desires are compatible (though the means we envisage of obtaining them may not be). They may not be but it can be worth considering whether they are.

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