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    • Vance Larson
      Deborah Fairfull Yes holding onto anger ultimately only hurts us. Emotions are designed to be observed (to teach us things about ourselves) and then let go of. Holding onto then weighs us down and can lead to illness if held onto for long periods of time (usually years).
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      Deborah Fairfull It's SO TRUE Dr Margaret. We need to own and clear our own patterns of behaviour before we judge another. When we are at peace any inner anger of ours, we are more able to objectively see what is really happening with our partner. Thankyou for sharing...  more
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