The Positive Effect Of Turning Problems Into Questions
This post is dedicated to everyone opened to an experiment: turning problems into questions. Not into solutions, but into questions. There is a difference, actually a big one.
If you read my other posts, you probably know by now that I had a pretty rough time for about a year. A year that actually proved to be the best so far in terms of my personal development, discovering who I am and, most of all, accepting, loving and honouring who I am.
I’ve learnt many valuable lessons, some of which I’m sharing here with you. But if I . . .
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