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According to Nworie & Haughton (2008) there are several factors that are identified as sources of unintended consequences. These five factors are the result of lack of forethought, unpreparedness, or lack of situational awareness. They can often coincide or overlap with red flags due to denial or one’s distorted perception. In comparing the five factors of unintended consequences and the red flag conditions a few standout in likenesses. The presence of distorting attachments and the outside influences that transform the original goal are similar in nature. Both factors rely on someone or something to affect their judgment about a given situation. Anticipating an alternative outcome or resolution will remove any negative influences and will allow one to carefully examine and understand the information received. Not thoroughly thinking through the risks or benefits of one’s decisions is what causes unintended consequences. Every action or decision has a reaction either positive or negative and at times causes

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