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    • Dr Margaret Paul
      Sierra Fairfull A really relatable article! I think everyone gets caught up feeling responsible for the emotions of others from time to time!
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      Sierra Fairfull This is so true! We learn some of these concepts in my counselling course. Having this knowledge really helps to put things in perspective and understand other people better.
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      Deborah Fairfull Yes, self-mastery is definitely a process that takes ongoing commitment. The reward of being able to "choose" loving responses towards ourselves and others is well worth it.
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      LaurenCrabtree if self-healing was an easy process, then almost everyone would be perfect joyous beams of light, and then we would realise that the process of emotions, the ups and the downs, are what makes our journey so special and unique to us!
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