Experimenting with Self-Compassion

It’s hard to be self-compassionate but focusing on small shifts helps. Here are some examples.

One of the hardest things about building a healthier relationship with ourselves is changing our inner dialogue. The inner critic can just be so darn loud.

For instance, when we even think about being nicer to ourselves, the nastiness starts.

Why do you think you deserve this? You still haven’t lost the weight. Who are you kidding?

Or the negative thought of all negative thoughts: Who do you think you are?

We’re convinced that we need to be mean to ourselves in order to move about our days. In order to “get results.” In order to “get healthy.” 


We’re convinced that we need to 

be mean to ourselves in order to

move about our days.