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  1. August 16, 2017
    Amanda says

    This post couldn’t have come at a better time for me. Thank you! Xx

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  2. August 17, 2017

    I used to be the person who consistently stuffed down my feelings and told myself I “was fine.” Newsflash: I wasn’t, and it always would blow up in my face. It was only after I started making the conscious effort to ask myself the difficult questions and admit to myself that it’s okay that I was scared and angry and sad and all the other things, did I actually feel like I got a weight off me.

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  3. August 27, 2017
    Karen says

    Really good advice.I’m way older than twenty-something, and I wish someone had said these things to me when I was your age! Sometimes it is very difficult to admit that something has caused you pain, because that feels like weakness. But it’s far better to acknowledge these things – and then move on without dragging that baggage with you. Wise words.Thank you.

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  4. August 27, 2017
    ROSE GREEN says

    the most important part about DWEELING..in our thoughts..is first..ASK.ARE THERE MY THOUGHTS?if it is just mental gog-it will go away.2ND..WRITE IT DOWN IN A PIECE OF PAPRE 3 TIMES..after an hour or so..IF IT RETURNS..BURN THE PAPER..SIMBOLIC ACTS TREAK the unconcious mind..and 3RD.JUST PUT ALL THOSE THOUGHTS between your palms..feel them..and blow them back to where they belong..disolved.

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  5. August 29, 2017

    Great post! Acknowledging your feelings is important.

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  6. August 29, 2017

    Hi! I am never down just disappointed. This is the best way of dealing with issues as it put’s a different light on it.

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  7. September 14, 2017
    Dina says

    I love your blog ❤️ perfect screen time swap from social media, so glad I found this! 🙏🏻

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