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Circle of Control

Circle of control is an exercise I learnt from some amazing people at Wellbeings & Co, which is so simple yet so effective. It asks you to look at every element in your life and only focus on the things you have actual control over and let go of the rest. We can’t control how others behave, manipulation or what they say. But there are many things we can control. Thankfully.

For me letting go of people in my life that were essentially poisoning my existence was instrumental in my recovery. Looking at all of your personal relationships with people is very important. Surround yourself with good people and people that bring out the best in you. #theresilienceproject#concern#control#influence#relationships#mentalhealthawareness#mentalhealth#values

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