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November 20, 2013 12:01 AM

Use discipline, personal reform to combat bad decision-making

I've watched a lot of courtroom dramas -- such as "Judge Judy" and "Judge Mathis." These shows feature people who have made bad decisions and a wise person who listens and is charged with making a good decision, neutralizing the bad. This is an entertaining form of justice or balancing the scales. The drama comes from the fact that bad decisions harm relationships.

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