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When we face difficult and complex problems, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. Using the concept of relaxation, we can solve problems with more optimal solutions by imagining the most optimal solution. References Christian, Brian, and Tom Griffiths. Algorithms to live by: What computers can teach us about solving human problems. New York, Henry Holt and Company, 2016.