How to Combat Toxic Self-Criticism

Like many people, you may have a lot on your plate on any given day. Whether you have to handle work responsibilities, take care of a household, raise

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Showing Self-Compassion

In my previous blog, I wrote about the power of starting over when you feel that things seem to be falling to pieces. This could be due to

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Living up to Expectations Isn’t Worth Your Happiness

As we approach the new year, take a moment to reflect on the past year. What did you learn, what did you accomplish, did you feel fulfilled? If

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Self-Gratitude: Directing Our Gratitude Inward

With Thanksgiving approaching, it’s a good time to focus on what we’re grateful for. This year, I want to challenge you to express your gratitude a little differently. Practicing

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Women Empowerment

In a world that has traditionally been dominated by men, feeling personally empowered as a woman can be difficult. While we continue moving towards gender equality, there are

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Live for Fulfillment

I want you to be honest with yourself. Are you living the life you really want or the life you think you want? A lot of us get caught in the trap of

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Relationships and Feeling Self-Worth

The public perception of Valentine’s Day is a mixed bag. On one hand, couples often enjoy the additional opportunity to express their love for each other. On the other, those not entangled in

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Asking for Help in a Distanced World

It’s been over 9 months since the global pandemic began, and we’re still here! We’ve dealt with changes in our daily routine and the added stress. At this point we have all heard the term

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Compassion Starts with You

You hear of a friend in need and rush to be by their side. You may reschedule and adjust your plans to make everything work. Later, you find yourself as the person

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Securing Insecurities

If ever there were a time in history where insecurities have a common thread amongst humanity, it may very well be this year. While some are better at masking it (no pun intended) than

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