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Let Go - Conquer Your Fear Without Quitting - cover

Let Go - Conquer Your Fear Without Quitting

Torben Rif

Publisher: Lifestyle Entrepreneurs Press

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Summary

Do you feel caught in a negative, looping behavior pattern? Do you ever wonder why the same situation seems to play out in your life with a revolving cast of characters?
 
If you have become a “people pleaser” or fancy yourself a self-styled rebel, perhaps these are the surface level manifestations of something stirring deep within you—a need to let go. Other symptoms of holding on to the past are a constant need for acknowledgment or a fear of showing vulnerability.
 
The common thread that runs through these behaviors and patterns is that the symptoms likely arise from a specific negative experience, which has never been fully processed. Never been let go. You have allowed this experience to take control of your destiny, and it is keeping you from living free and being who you really are.
 
THE TIME HAS COME TO LET GO!

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