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Emotional depersonalization

This defense mechanism stops you from connecting emotionally to someone or something, like a tear in your emotional cycle avoiding what’s hurt you in the past and stop you from enjoying life.

We need to understand how destructive emotions affect us and constructive emotions can help us, so that we can mantain our peace of mind.


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