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Psychoanalysis • Psychotherapy • Counseling

David I. Brandt, LCSW, LLC

Montclair, NJ Area

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The Secret Blessing of Letting Go:

Posted on January 3, 2014 at 3:11 PM
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Categories: Adages to Live By, Financial Concerns, Parenting, Procrastination, Quotations, Stuckness

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6 Comments

Reply Christina
7:26 PM on January 13, 2014 
Easier said for butterflies, I suppose, but still very inspiring. The beauty and new freedom of change for something bigger and better is motivating in itself. Growing and changing is something a lot of young adults fear and practically shun. With this butterfly in mind, with a brighter future in mind, with a more wholesome mature self in mind, we should embrace change and growth. And soar with grace and beauty in our new, stronger selves, as butterflies do.
Reply David Brandt
2:23 AM on January 22, 2014 
Christina says...
Easier said for butterflies, I suppose, but still very inspiring. The beauty and new freedom of change for something bigger and better is motivating in itself. Growing and changing is something a lot of young adults fear and practically shun. With this butterfly in mind, with a brighter future in mind, with a more wholesome mature self in mind, we should embrace change and growth. And soar with grace and beauty in our new, stronger selves, as butterflies do.

Right, a good question is what can help motivate people to embrace change and become ready enough to actually let go? Can certainly be a tall order. Seems that some sort of "faith" and/or trust would be required! Thanks for your thoughtful comments.