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Quick Tip #135: Self kindness matters

by Clare Deville (follow)
Editor in Chief of www.healthyhints.com.au
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Life can be hard. We can traverse the inevitable lows a lot more smoothly when we focus on treating ourselves with kindness and compassion.



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Courtesy of newdaywellness.com.au


Become aware of when you put yourself down to others; catch yourself when you're unkind to yourself mentally and consciously turn that thought around by practising positive self talk.

For example, if you're telling yourself you can't do something, mentally delete that thought and tell yourself you can do anything you put your mind to. Or if you do something silly or clumsy, instead of cursing yourself as an idiot, laugh at yourself .good naturedly.

Self kindness heals. Make time for self-care, and for things that feed your soul and bring you joy; you will quickly find life more pleasant, and everyone around you will benefit and be inspired.

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I really enjoyed this article. Sure has me thinking about how I have been treating myself. I can be so critical of myself and I do treat everyone else in a kind way. Thank-you Clare for this article.
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