2014-03-20-15.16We tend to be compassionate toward others, but what about ourselves? Sometimes, it seems that’s the one person we forget to take care of. 


As Dr. Sam Stodghill writes in a new Renew & Reflect from SLIconnect, “There is growing evidence that treating ourselves kindly when confronted with personal failures can improve emotional well-being and increase our ability to withstand the impact of negative events. In turn, this type of intentional self-care can refill us and help us care for others more effectively.”


See more, including quick tips for practicing self-compassion, in this one-minute read