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How we hold ourselves back (and how to stop doing it!)
Lindsay B. Jernigan Ph.D.
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Lindsay Jernigan, Ph.D., is a psychologist and master therapist who works with women, couples, and teams. She also offers Reboot, e-courses to promote resilience, connection, and self-full living.