Category Archives: Self-Acceptance

Lifting the Burden of Shame

Photo by Kat Jayne from Pexels “I made a mistake” vs. “I am a mistake”.  There’s a powerful distinction between those two statements.  The first is fueled by healthy guilt which can help us keep tabs on our own behavior and motivate us … Continue reading

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You Can Cancel Christmas If You Want

With the Thanksgiving holiday complete, we’ve now approached one of the biggest hurdles of the year for some people – the holiday season.  For many people, the season can trigger its share of painful memories.  I’m no different.  The holidays … Continue reading

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