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A Mindful Practice to Build Self-Compassion

#30DaysofMindfulness Journey

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This mindfulness exercise can be extremely helpful after making a mistake or struggling with something. Sometimes instead of being a friend to ourselves in a time of need we can be our own worst enemy.

If you can’t think of anything that has gone wrong today, take a moment to think of something from that past that…




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