Day 4 ~ It’s Important to Understand that the Way People Behave

It’s important to understand that the way people behave is based on their conditioning. Trauma can make people difficult to understand or deal with, it’s up to you to keep calm and let go. Slow long breaths help, they may have a story that you’re unaware about. Let us peacefully sail through today’s choppy waters.

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