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Conflictive emotions

An emotional conflict leads you to a roadblock . These conflicts can be hard to identify because they’re not visible, but they can be felt.

Life’s not black and white. Emotions aren’t black and white. If you think you can’t experience more than one emotion at once, you should know that you can. You can even mix emotions!

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