Shift Your Mindset To Increase Self Compassion

Do you want to reduce your suffering and take back your power and control in your life? Well, you can. By refraining from self-judgment, overcoming your self-limiting beliefs, and approaching your thoughts with kindness, support, and compassion, you can start doing the inner work and making positive changes in your life starting today.  



In this episode of Love This B!tch, I am talking about and dissecting how we can create an environment of sustainable change by becoming aware of how we react to our own thoughts and feelings. We will look at why awareness is the first step towards progress, how we can create a journey we enjoy by choosing thoughts that serve us, and why building a solid foundation of self-compassion is so important. 


Here’s a closer look at

Why having awareness in how you treat yourself is necessary

How to stop adding on to the layers of your suffering  

Eliminating your inner critic and becoming your own support system

The importance of finding your self-compassion avatar

How a greater sense of awareness and clarity will help achieve your goals


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