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How to Replace Self-Criticism with Self-Compassion

Picture the last time you looked in the mirror. Maybe you were getting ready for a big night out, analyzing each detail of your appearance, critiquing yourself for those elements of your body you wish were different.  What do you … Continue reading

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Silencing the Inner Voice of Self-Criticism

If self-judgment and self-bullying is what we tend to do – and what, according to research, can be detrimental to many aspects of our health and well-being – what is the alternative? Continue reading

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How Women Can Stop Being Their Own Worst Critics

The overwhelming tendency of individuals – especially women – is to bully ourselves when we see our imperfections. But self-criticism rarely inspires us to improve. The alternative? Self-compassion. SIOS’s mental health blogger Stephanie has some exercises and resources to help you learn to be kinder to yourself. Continue reading

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