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The Label You Wear Defines Your Life — Have You Chosen Well?

Or is it time for a change?

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You have three words to describe yourself. Starting now.

What did you come up with? Were they positive and helpful? Or the other kind? Words you’re proud of? Or do you want to hide from them? Are they related to your work? Your physical appearance? Your personality?




Practical psychology for everyday life. Owned/Edited by clinical psychologist and writer Karen Nimmo.

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Karen Nimmo

Karen Nimmo

Clinical psychologist, writer. Editor of On the Couch: Practical psychology for everyday life. karen@onthecouch.co.nz

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