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  • James Noellert

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You've got more than enough to keep you busy. Whether or not you are up for this depends a lot on the extent to which you can let go of the need to control things. I see parental issues that involve a willingness to drop the reins when it comes to your kids, or that have to do with your attachment to your own parents. The work arena is also loaded. What happens there depends 100 percent on your adaptive abilities. There could be echoes of things that took place 3, 7, 14, 21, or up to 28 years ago. This could include a need to move or changes that lead to a whole new start.



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