By Rick Hanson PhD

ISBN-10: 1608820319

ISBN-13: 9781608820313

ISBN-10: 1608820327

ISBN-13: 9781608820320

'This booklet deals uncomplicated brain-training practices you are able to do on a daily basis to guard opposed to rigidity, elevate your temper, and locate better emotional resilience.'--P. [4] of canopy

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But otherwise, know in your heart that what needed learning has been learned, and that what needed doing has been done. And now actively forgive yourself. Say in your mind, out loud, in writing, or perhaps to others statements like I forgive myself for ___________ , ___________ , and ___________ . I have taken responsibility and done what I could to make things better. You could also ask the inner protector to forgive you, or others out in the world, such as the person you wronged. You may need to go through one or more of the steps above again and again to truly forgive yourself, and that’s alright.

How Several times a day, ask yourself: Am I on my own side here? Am I looking out for my own best interests? , sad, hurt, worried, disappointed, mistreated, frustrated, stressed, or irritated) If someone is pushing you to do something If you know you should do something for your own benefit but you’re not doing it (like asserting yourself with someone, looking for a new job, or quitting smoking) At these times, or in general: Bring to mind the feeling of being with someone who cares about you. This will help you feel like you matter and have worth, which is the basis of being for yourself.

Then, when you’re aware of a good fact—either something that currently exists or has happened in the past—let yourself feel good about it. So often in life a good thing happens—flowers are blooming, someone is nice, a goal’s been attained—and you know it, but you don’t feel it. This time, let the good fact affect you. Try to do this step and the two that follow at least a half dozen times a day. When you do this, it usually takes only half a minute or so—there is always time to take in the good!

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