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Finding Happiness: Making Choices to Change

When we find the causes of our problems, we don't find "sick" inner parts; we find old assumptions, old beliefs, old expectations, old commitments, or old goals that we now see as limited. We feel excited about finally finding the inner sources of our problems, and we want to change these old parts of ourselves. The result of self-exploration is not horror at what we find, but relief that it is not nearly as bad as we feared--and peace at discovering the truth.

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Commitment to Change

Emotions are a normal and healthy part of the human experience. However, when they are ignored these feelings become "impacted" and create pressure, tension and internal discomfort, which results in pain. For many, the impulse to relieve their pain is thwarted by immense fear. So again, they “bottle up” their feelings and they become “impacted.”

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