It’s that time of the year again when it’s so cold we decide to snuggle a little longer under the doona before getting out of bed for the day. We stay indoors more often in the colder weather and so
Emotionally validating someone means demonstrating acceptance and understanding for their beliefs, values, emotions and actions without necessarily agreeing with them. This is a vital component of the human condition, as it allows individuals to feel heard, respected and understood. Most
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