Learn to Manage Your Emotions

The first step is to accept what you feel

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“They tried to bury us, but we were seeds.”

This quote summarizes very well what we mostly do with the negatives emotions we experience. We try to forget them, erase them, throw them behind our backs.

However, we will not achieve that result. In most cases, it will just send those emotions to…




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