Pallino, Kristi
September 2014
Lesbian News;Sep2014, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p1
The article looks into various questions that should be included in a person's Life Map. Topics include eliminating one's self-doubt, the importance of following one's dream and taking action, and the need to trust and improve one's intuition. It also discusses the need to reexamine one's relationship and happiness, changing something about oneself, and possible travel destinations.


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