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From Bitter To Better: 5 Steps To Release Negativity And Enhance Well-Being

From Bitter to Better: Five Steps to Release Negativity & Enhance Well-being By Debbie Lyn Toomey, Health and Happiness Specialistâ„¢ Speaker ~ Author ~ Coach Is bitterness hurting your relationships both at home and at work? Is it difficult for you to let go of your hurt feelings? Is your sense of well-being suffering from the negative feelings you carry inside? What I've come to learn as a Health and Happiness Specialistâ„¢ is that when our needs are not met, negative emotions occur.
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