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Coping with  disappointment

Coping with disappointment

Pretend that you got out of bed one morning feeling disappointed, and you don't know why.

The first thing to do is facing that negative feeling and not suppressing it. While it may feel uncomfortable for a day, suppressing your emotions will take much longer to overcome.


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