What does it mean and look like to have self-compassion? AND why does it even matter if we have it or not? I have personally found that practicing self-compassion has been/is one of the biggest keys to healing MS/weight, past abuse, and living a passionate life.
What Self-Compassion Means to Me:
- Not beating myself up for falling back into old habits/patterns (ex: drinking too much)
- Giving myself more time in my schedule vs. over-scheduling myself (a big habit I’m still working on) especially during stressful times
- Taking more time for daily self-care and play (T.M.P. break, moving my body, going to listen to live music) despite my ego telling me I need to work more to succeed/survive
- Expressing my needs/desires to my partner (even though I’m afraid it will cause conflict)
- Asking for more support vs. pretending to be superwoman and doing it all alone
- Letting go of perfection and doing things “good enough” (vs. 200% as usual)
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