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Listen To An Emotion's Message With Curiosity

Listen To An Emotion's Message With Curiosity

The way we show up as our best selves is to listen to the message the emotion is trying to convey. 

Practice: Create distance from your emotion and listen to the message it’s trying to convey. Say: “I see you, Shame. How can I help you?”

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