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Forgetting the past

We are not so completely in control of our being that we can prevent past sore points from returning. They have a way of pestering us as anxious sweats, nightmares, sudden sadness, and waves of anger or defeat. But we can nevertheless try to exorcise the past by not playing along with our human tendency to wallow there. If you have a secret attachment to misery, you will feel miserable. Letting go of the past and forgetting the past is a troubling task that most time needs assistance, let me help you with these and any other issues.

Contact me, Colleen for your counseling, coaching and treatment at:

http://lifetrackcounseling.com/contact-me

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Health and Wellness Counseling, Addictions

Domestic Violence & other forms of Abuse

Depression & Mood Disorders, Anxiety

Trauma and PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)

Anger Reduction & Management

Self-esteem & Assertiveness Coaching

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