Compassion

Sabotaging inner critic through self-compassion by Sharlene Ho

“I am not good enough.” “I am worthless.” “I am incompetent.”   Have you heard these words at some point in your life? Or do you still say this to yourself up until now? That is your inner critic talking to you. The inner critic is a system of critical and negative thoughts and attitudes …

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Mental Hygiene: Understanding Self-Love by Myra Gahid

Going through simultaneous changes in one’s lifestyle, work environment, and socio-cultural context due to a global pandemic is overwhelming. Feeling pressured to be productive in a time of uncertainty increases the possibility of experiencing burnout, anxiety, and even depression. On the opposite end of productivity hangs the option of not doing anything and of letting …

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Can you forgive yourself? Practicing self-forgiveness by Sharlene Ho

Offending or hurting others is an inevitable part of life. It can be a minor offense, such as failing to submit a work report or a major offense that causes serious harm to others, such as accidents. Causing significant damage to someone can later develop to self-blame, shame, or deep sorrow on the part of …

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