Posts tagged #Self-Compassion

How to Heal After a Breakup

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Going through a breakup is painful - any loss is.

All you want is to get back to your old self and feel "normal" again.

Your feelings are not facts. You can retrain your brain. You can control your emotions. Just keep on reading. 

Listen to Your Voice

If you aren't careful, your negative thoughts can play tricks on you and intensity your pain. 

Our mind is a powerful thing, and can twist our reality. 

Let's say you keep thinking to yourself the breakup was entirely your fault. Sooner or later you will start to believe it.

One of the best things you can do to heal is to challenge your thoughts. 

Is this true? Am I sure? Where's the proof? 

Focus on Growth

When one door closes another one opens.

Breakups are the perfect opportunity to practice self-growth and strive to become the best version of you. 

Although it may not feel like it right now, things will get better. 

This pain is only temporary. Now that you know what you want, you can go get it!

Self Compassion

If you want to heal, you have to show yourself some self-compassion. 

Use the same language you would with your best friend. 

You have the power to keep your thoughts a judgment-free zone. Learn More

Posted on July 1, 2019 .

The Secrets to Successfully Developing Your Child's Confidence

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As a parent, of course, you want your kids to be confident.

The thing is, getting started can be a little tricky. There's no set in stone rule book. However, there are quite a few techniques that can work wonders on your child's self-esteem and confidence. 

Help Them Say Goodbye to Self Judgment

Sometimes once a negative thought enters our mind, we just can’t seem to part ways with it. 

Sound familiar? No need to worry. 

This is where mindfulness comes into the picture. 

Mindfulness is all about focusing on the present moment. 

Think your child is too young to practice mindfulness? 

Think again... 

Studies show that preschool aged children who practice mindfulness have decreased stress levels. 

Compassion

Did you know kids as young as 3 years old can feel compassion?

Yup, it's true.

The world is their classroom. 

Your kids look up to you. Your everyday words and actions impact them more than you may think. One of the best ways to teach them compassion it to show it to them regularly. 

It’s officially time to say goodbye to the question “Am I good enough?” Learn More


Posted on July 1, 2019 .

Five Ways to Help Teens Thrive

“As many teens struggle with anxiety and perfectionism, our urge may be to jump in and fix their problems, whatever we perceive them to be. But a better approach, one that will hopefully help reverse these worrying trends, is to cheer them on as they develop the mental habits and strengths that will support them throughout their lives.” Read on to find out more: Five Ways to Help Teens Thrive

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Posted on December 28, 2018 .