The key to total wellbeing and mental health is self-compassion. Instead of berating and scolding ourselves for our flaws, it enables us to accept and recognize our own shortcomings, weaknesses, and blunders. As a result, people are more able to handle life’s hardships and have stronger connections and emotional resiliency. According to the study, self-compassion is also favorably correlated with psychological well-being, emotional control, and physical health. We can have better, more satisfying lives by practicing self-compassion.
We’ve heard “self-care” thrown around a million times in the past year alone. It may come off as cliché at this point, however, self-care holds great importance. Everybody should regularly practice self-care. We should be actively engaging in activities that help us feel restored holistically. I know it’s been said time and time again, “I […]
I’ve been working – with and without pay – in the social service/mental health field for the past 10 years. I think it’s safe to say I’ve seen and heard A LOT. Something I recognized very early on was there was a lot of burnt-out, jaded workers in the field. I was determined I wouldn’t […]