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A year-long journey of healing through introspection

Part 2

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Anger. I was so angry. When I hit the walls with my fists, I knew it was time to get specialized help. So I started therapy, but only after failing the first time miserably, I finally find the therapist who guided me to healing. And there was a secret of course — or, better, a recipe for success. That was introspection.

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Eva Grape

Eva Grape

Chief Mom Officer (CMO) writes about parenting, relationships, sex, and sometimes about business and money; loves to challenge males to better themselves.

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