Example of Reverse Thinking

Reverse thinking example

What exactly is reverse thinking?
Reverse thinking is a way of thinking in which you explain your problem backward.

Why is reverse thinking necessary?
It may not be easy to resolve concerns in some circumstances. One approach to overcoming these challenges is to shift your perspective and ask opposing questions.

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