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Why is compassion so important?
When we talk to ourselves with criticism and self-judgment, we fuel anger and anxiety. When we are able to respond to ourselves with kindness and compassion, we calm our body and create space to respond courageously with our best selves.
How can we learn to respond to ourselves and others with compassion?
The following collection of handouts and videos are resources designed to support and accompany you on your journey toward more self-compassion.
This year was challenging. That is not true. Let me start over. This has been one of the most challenging
Self-Care Houston, Episode 12: Dr. Jeff Christian joins Jennifer in a conversation about how to build communities of trust within
Self-Care Houston, Episode 11: In this solo podcast, Jennifer Christian continues her discussion about anxiety from Episode 10, Anxiety Cycle.
I am excited to do something a little different this week. Kim Fredrickson, counselor and author of the book, Give
At some point you have probably made a New Year's resolution and then broken it. But instead of a resolution,
I am excited to do something a little different this week. Kim Fredrickson, counselor and author of the book, Give Yourself a
Can compassion really help me with my anger problem? In his recent article, How to Turn Your Brain from Anger