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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Which Form 8815 Matures

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So I have a Facebook friend whose life seems perfect. She lives in a gorgeous house and she has a really rewarding career. She and her family go on all these exciting adventures together on the weekends. I swear that they must take a professional photographer along with them because no matter where they go or what they do, the whole family just looks beautiful. She's always posting about how blessed she is and how grateful she is for the life that she has. I get the feeling she's not just saying those things for the sake of Facebook, but she truly means it. How many of you have a friend kind of like that? And how many of you kinda don't like that person? Sometimes we all do this, right? It's hard not to do. But that way of thinking costs us something. And that's what I want to talk to you about today - what our bad habits cost us. Maybe you scroll through your Facebook feed and you think, "What if I roll my eyes? It's just five seconds of my time. How could it be hurting me?" Well, researchers have found that envying your friends on Facebook actually leads to depression. That's just one of the traps that our minds can set for us. Have you ever complained about your boss or looked at your friends' lives and thought, "Why do they have all the luck?" Can't help thinking that way, right? That way of thinking seems small in the moment. In fact, it might even make you feel better in the moment. But that way of thinking is eating away at your mental strength. There are three kinds of destructive beliefs that make us less effective and rob us of our mental strength. The first one is unhealthy beliefs...