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7 ways to detoxify your emotional well-being



We decided to try something new and make a #selfcare series. If you are someone who is constantly overloaded, this video is for you. Emotional health is an important part of overall health. This means that you are aware of your emotions. You can deal with them, whether positive or negative. Emotionally healthy people still feel stress, anger and sadness. But they know how to manage their negative feelings. But burning is a real thing. In this video, we share 7 ways you can remove your emotional state. I hope these tips are useful! Share it with someone who may need it.

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Script Editor: Stephen Wu
Narrator: Connie Piquet
Animator: Lely Drew
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Producer: Psych2Go

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