But I think there are quite a few situations where just two characters are used.table of contents

(Is it okay because the neck turns?)

Use "but"

I think it's often used on an unconscious level, but it's
generally used when you want to deny it.

But I can't do this
, I can't do that
, I don't like that.

I can tolerate that to a certain extent.

When you want to say that a part is different

I think that's how they use words like "but".

It's been that way for a long time

When I look back at times when I wasn't doing well,

I think I used words like "but" a lot when referring to things.

Of course I still use it that way.

There's nothing wrong with using it though

I wonder if your lifestyle can change with a little effort?

Affirm with "but"

Don't use words like "but" for negation.

On the contrary, it is often easier to use it

I don't think you need to try too hard just to be aware of the order.

For example, when you start hating the parts of yourself that you can't do.

If you start by honestly saying what you can't do
and then add "but" afterward,
you'll start to see what you can do anyway.

Even if something feels impossible,
it becomes clear that it is possible to get to this point.

Even if you think you don't like something,
you will be able to see what you like about it and what you don't like about it.

It's not difficult to see something

It is often said that it is better to look at what you have instead of suffering and wanting what you don't have.

Even though I know it will get easier,
it can still be difficult.

I wonder if you can change your perspective just by changing the order in which you use "but" ?

I have nothing


When I think about it, I realize that I have a lot of things.

I don't know if I'll suddenly feel at ease.

I hope it gets warm soon

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