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Acknowledge your own insecurities

You may have some insecurities which force you to control the behavior of others. Learn about them and let go of your insecurities . Your past experiences might have developed those vulnerabilities. You need to understand that you can’t live in your past and ruin your present. Let go of that past and those insecurities attached to the past.

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