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New Beginnings Need a New Attitude

By Kellie Giorgio Camelford, MS, LPC, NCC

New Beginnings Need a New AttitudeNew beginnings often are exciting, yet terrifying — no one knows what the future holds. Unlimited possibilities lie behind the door to your new beginning: successes and failures, ups and downs, and even some smiles and frowns.

The past is sometimes easier to reflect upon because it is finite, it is done and it cannot offer new surprises in your life. The past, in a sense, is easier to control; the present and future seems mystical and uncontrollable.

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