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what do you advise if i was bullied quite severly in high school, and almost 20 years later, i'm still really angry. how to let go?

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Dr. Andrew Berry
Clinical Psychology 14 years experience
ANGER: Seek psychotherapy. When people are traumatized repeatedly, or otherwise past a certain point, emotional development and maturity stops. Seek psychotherapy; there is absolutely NO shame in doing so.

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