Take off your mask and learn how to deal with change
from By Michael S. Haro, Ph.D.
Many of us wear masks daily — not just on Halloween. Think about how we surrender to our thoughts, sometimes exposing them, often using "our masks" to hide or divert true feelings. Think about how you manage when something changes, especially if the change is unexpected. What mask do you put on? Is it a happy face? Do you laugh to cover for an uncomfortable situation? Or is your mask an angry face accompanied with a verbal tirade spewing out hate, rejection and hurt?
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