As a therapist, I live in the world of feelings. Talking about feelings, thinking about feelings, and most importantly feeling feelings, helping others to do the same. In my work over the past 20 plus years as well as through observations within my personal experiences it is clear that knowing what to do with feelings is the exception not the norm. And we come by it honestly.
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