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5. Identify potential barriers to the change.
Identify if you are clinging to a tradition. This can be a barrier to change that keeps you from trying something new. [ Just because something is a tradition does not mean that it is the only way something can be done. 2 Examine loyalties to existing relationships. Sometimes these loyalties can hold us back from changing. Decide whether the loyalty to the relationship is worth staying in the
same situation. Sometimes changing means changing the relationships that are important in your life. Read more: How to Identify Potential Barriers to Change | eHow.com ]
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