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Feel better about yourself: understand your emotional triggers

Get curious about why you’re triggered. Your triggers could be words, actions, decisions or comments.

When you learn why you are triggered, you will understand yourself better and know what still needs to be healed.

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Here’s what you can do to boost your self-worth and feel better about yourself.

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