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Stop self-silencing! Here are 3 ways to tell if you’re guilty of this practice

Don’t quiet the real you.

As humans, we say things we don’t mean, or we don’t say something to avoid conflict. It’s a practice many are guilty of, and this practice has a name. It’s called self-silencing. We silence who we are so other people don’t see the “real” us.

Researcher and educator Amber Price says when we get caught up in other people’s expectations, we lose sight of ourselves. She shares ways we can stop self-silencing.

You can find Amber on Instagram @amber.a.price or on her website

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