I Can’t Stand It!

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Distress tolerance is our ability to stay with our own uncomfortable feelings. Everyone can benefit from having a tolerance for distress. This article will tell you why and how.

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Psychologist, bioenergetic psychotherapist, and trainer. Watch for my forthcoming book, Somatic Tools for Perinatal Therapists.

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Leslie Ann Costello

Leslie Ann Costello

Psychologist, bioenergetic psychotherapist, and trainer. Watch for my forthcoming book, Somatic Tools for Perinatal Therapists.

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