Stop Feeling Guilty, Learn From The Past And Move TF On!

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Sit With The Feelings

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Don’t just allow guilt to consume you. It can become a fog that somehow makes your days darker, while making it difficult to really see why you feel so bad. Don’t be afraid to dive into it, and really ask yourself what you feel guilty about. This is important, so you can assess what was actually your doing, what you had no control over, and how bad the damage truly was. Sometimes, we let the emotion of guilt consume us and we forget to break it down, and figure out what’s at the root of it. When you do this, you might find you don’t have as much to feel guilty about as you thought.

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