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How to make self-affirmation work, based on science

10 mins | Dec 14, 2022
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You are good enough, just as you are. Affirmations are often misunderstood to be about seeking perfection. However, as Allyson Chiu explains, they are a tool to help you accept yourself and can help you combat life's many stresses.

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