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His work always remains true to the science beneath, his real-world background in technology, his role as a husband and parent, and his passion as an ultra-marathoner. These ten self-love prompts encourage emotional expression, mood boosting, and de-stressing within the client. Feelings of awe can arise in response to experiences that appear vast and can profoundly impact our gratitude. Ask the client to recall a time when they experienced awe and to write about their experience in detail. If you can, try to let go, capturing your deepest emotions and thoughts, including how you relate to those closest to you, your past, present, and future, and how you have been and would like to be.

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