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1) I love that this email is dedicated to little old me!

2) I can relate to this kind of procrastination on a deep level BUT on the upside, it sounds like you got a lot accomplished despite not writing this email.

3) One of the things I deeply appreciate about our work together is the Voxer conversations. It helps me sort things out and feel supported (tremendously.) Thank you.

4) One of the most underrated things about working with MDMA is the trickle epiphanies (as I like to call them) that happen in the days/weeks/months after the session. It’s the gift that keeps on giving!

5) I love you. That is all. 💗

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1. Woohoo! YES!! This email is dedicated to the incredible chocolate bar and the one and only you Christy! You're the star of the show, my friend!

2. See I am amateur with the some next-level email productivity right there! But hey, look at how we manage to conquer the world!

3. Thank you for being a superhero in my coaching universe! Our Voxer conversations rock my world! It's like a secret superhero support line where we sort things out and get through all the feels, it is ridiculously important for me too!

4. The magic of MDMA. Your incredible experiences and sneaking in those "trickle epiphanies" keep surprises going for days, weeks, and months. It's like having a mischievous but awesome sidekick for personal growth.

5. Oh, I love you too! You're a fantastic client and an incredible human being. Keep shining your Duran Duran heart!

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This might be the best email I've ever read. PERIOD.

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I am so happy to hear this!! You make my heart sing!! Thank you!

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❤️ ❤️ ❤️

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I love this email L) but the book Weathering is by Arlene Geronimus (not Lucy Wood) who makes a compelling case on how stress (due to systemic discrimination and poverty) is bad for health at body cellular level

Front cover of the book

https://www.google.ca/books/edition/Weathering/Art4EAAAQBAJ?hl=en&gbpv=1&printsec=frontcover

NPR Fresh Air podcast Interview with Professor Geronimus:

https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2023/03/28/1166404485/weathering-arline-geronimus-poverty-racism-stress-health

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Thank you for correcting that, and sorry I didn't FACT check the author. It was a silly google mistake. Sorry! I appreciate you!!

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