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Self-Reflection Doesn’t Mean Grabbing a Mirror or Taking a Selfie

Over the last few years I’ve had plenty of time and reasons for self-reflection, the topic of this post.

Due to a car accident that was both a curse and a blessing, I’ve been less mobile for the last few years.

On the downside, I lost a brand new car and a great deal of self-confidence because the accident was my fault. Even…

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Robyn Norman

Robyn Norman

Therapist, mindfulness coach, writer. Obsessed with relationships and making them better. Get in touch at robyn1001@comcast.net or www.partnersinmindfulliving.

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