Posts Tagged ‘compassion’
How to Deal With Your Family Over the Holidays
For many people, holidays are incredibly stressful. Even leaving aside issues related to family history and dynamics, when people who happen to be related but don’t have much in common get together there can be multiple points of contention, including food, politics, and religion. Here are some tips for coping. 1) Educate Yourself (or Refresh…Read More
Meet Compassionate Objectivity, The Antidote to Guilt
“I should succeed at this job despite the fact that we’re severely under-resourced and my boss is chronically disorganized. If I don’t, I’m a loser.” “If I don’t sacrifice everything to my kids, I’m a terrible parent.” “If I don’t get my hour of exercise in every single day, I’m just a lazy slob.” “If my book doesn’t…Read More
Reader Response: Self-Compassion DOES Overcome Procrastination in a Day!
In response to my recent piece on How to Get Over Procrastination in a Day, a reader wrote: “I want to thank you for your recent blog on how you avoided writing one day and had self-compassion. When I read it, I was having a “blank mind” day, filled with personal and writerly insecurities; and…Read More