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How to Be Kinder to Yourself

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We are often our harshest critics. We speak to ourselves more harshly than we would accept from other people.

There is a misconception that supports the idea that we should be very self-critical and that will make us improve. This mentality is not only not the best to work on ourselves, but it can bring us many mental health…




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