Entries tagged with “Self-Love”
Here are 15 affirmations for powerful healing support.
Regain self-love, even when not feeling worthy of it.
A lot of us have a hard time being kind, understanding and patient with ourselves. We know that self-compassion is good for us. But practicing it is a whole other matter. Because w…
How to cultivate and strengthen our capacity for kindness and compassion.
“Self-criticism is, in many ways, a consequence of human longing to belong, an attempt to preempt criticism from others. ... Self-compassion can help you be more motivated by desired for growth instead of by desire to avoid criticism."
Self-compassion can make a person feel more energetic, alive, and optimistic.
Everyone wants to be loved, especially romantically. But before committing to a romantic relationship, commit to yourself.
1. In The Daily Flame, you offer guidance from the “Inner Pilot Light.” How do you help others to recognize their own light? I use what Richard Schwartz PhD, founder of Internal …
When I was a therapist, I met with many clients who nurtured others but spent a minimal amount of time offering love or care to themselves. A former client I’ll call Dave worked h…
Here are five self-love exercises to incorporate into your weekly routine.
Talk back to your inner critic with these tactics, including using funny voices with fake accents.
Instead of making resolutions, reshape your attitude about your body for 2018.
These practices will alter your relationship with time and shift your perspective towards gently open and fully present.
Self-care is about nourishing ourselves mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually.
“Self-love is the knowing that you were created to be completely loved and completely lovable just as you are. When you embrace this truth, the world mirrors that knowing. When you…
A self-described mother martyr goes on a solo journey and rediscovers the value of her own joy.
An Excerpt from Parenting with Presence
Sponsored Content from Tammy Adams, Intuitive Life Coach & Spiritual Healer
The heart holds our love, connection, joy, and forgiveness. It can also hold grief and anxiety. Sometimes what the heart feels is very different from what the mind thinks it wants.…
A cue for life and writing from Anne Lamott's "The Sacrament of Plop"