By Holly Herman

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Taking in, taking on, adding to and bringing in new requires capacity. Capacity is defined as the maximum amount or number of something that can be contained or accommodated. It’s easy to forget that capacity plays a role every time we try to introduce something new into our lives. When you’re operating at capacity and you try to add something new, something else has to give: there is no more room. Frustration and anxiety often follow whenever we forget this truth especially when we talk ourselves into believing that we have limitless capacity. Here are some random thoughts relating to capacity.

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