Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Virginia Satir's Five Freedoms:
1. The Freedom to see and hear what is here, instead of what should be, was, or will be.
2. The Freedom to say what you feel and think, instead of what you should feel and think.
3. The Freedom to feel what you feel, instead of what you ought to feel.
4. The Freedom to ask for what you want, instead of always waiting for permission.
5. The Freedom to take risks on your own behalf, instead of choosing only to be secure.
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