Emotional Catharsis - Deepstash

Emotional Catharsis

  • To tell someone what you really feel about them is incredibly freeing.
  • Instead of holding on to unhealthy situations and relationships due to fear, obligations or ‘being in the good books’, we need to live with a light heart and should have the freedom to be at peace.
  • If we detach from people who feel toxic or a burden to us, we begin to feel truly free.

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