Freedom: What is the Experience of Living Without Negative, Self-Imposed Limitations?

Qualitative study that employs a heuristic research paradigm. Seven themes emerged regarding limited living: origins, reasons, results of limitations, motivations for change, methods for change, kinds of changes and the results of living freely.

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Dr. Angela Celeste May
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Freedom: What is the Experience of Living Without Negative, Self-Imposed Limitations?
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Thursday, June 25, 2009
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1425782612, 978-1425782610
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