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Sometime, we are beset with fear, panic, anxiety, unhappiness or other negative feelings. In this episode, Matana explains how mindset and proper preconditioning can offset negative emotions, but still hold on to them, in the right way.

Learning that a teen who blossoms into an adult will be off to higher education away from home can be daunting and downright sad. Learning to cope with a family member who moves on to new things is exciting, and a thing of joy, but can also be laden with mixed emotions of sadness at leaving the presence of a family staple.

We learn a new twist on a previously discussed idea, of how to not ignore those mixed, opposite feelings, but to embrace them and allow them to coexist.

Matana also sheds a little more detail on the upcoming private gratefulness retreat that she will be hosting for a small group of hand selected individuals, another milestone she set years ago, of which more details will follow in the coming weeks and months ahead.

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