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Cedarfire Newsletter Tools For Your Mind, Soul, and
How to Be Compassionate Towards Yourself by Linda-Ann Stewart. Your relationship with yourself is the most important one in your life. Not only does it influence your association with others, it affects your success. When you're kinder and more compassionate with yourself, it improves every area of your life. To improve your relationship with yourself, practice these 3 tips and change the way you treat yourself.
When you make a mistake or mess up, you probably harshly judge and condemn yourself. This is your inner critic trying to motivate you to do better. But it generally makes things worse. To tame your inner critic, stop accepting what it says or fighting it. Instead, use self-compassion and be kind to yourself and that part of you. Here's a three step strategy to defuse your inner critic and improve your relationship with yourself. Watch "Self-Compassion Can Help Tame Your Inner Critic."
In Recommended Reading, I reviewed "Feel the Fear . . . and Do It Anyway," by Susan Jeffers, Ph.D. Fear can be a paralyzing emotion. It prevents us from being all that we can be, locks us away from our truest self, and wastes energy that could move us forward. Much of the fear is outdated and false ideas that we’ve been acting on.
Trending Articles of the Week have links to articles on: creating new habits, mindsets of productive people, establishing your priorities, a new way to achieve your goals, sparking creativity, and meditation rejuvenates your brain.
If I say an affirmation a few times a week, will it turn my life around?
In Sparks of Insight, I posted an affirmation about prosperity, a short essay about becoming aware of conflicting ideas, and a quote about change.
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