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Why You Need to Stop Holding Your Tongue

It’s what you don’t say that tears you down

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“If you avoid conflict to keep the peace, you start a war inside yourself.” — Cheryl Richardson

Constant tension with a hint of bitterness. That’s what it feels like to have a habit of holding your tongue.

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