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The human need to want to control things such as our life, outcomes, what others are doing, etc. is not only an impossible desire to fulfill but an unhealthy one. Especially if our desire to control involves others.

The only person we can control is ourselves, by how we act, how we play, and we react. Our reality is curated by our sense of control on ourselves, not the outcomes of an external event or person.

Controlling ourselves is duty enough to fill our time. To focus on controlling anything/anyone else will yield disappointment.

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