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Aundi Kolber, Therapist+Writer 23h
“Boundaries are the distance at which I can love you and me simultaneously.” -Prentis Hemphill
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Pallando 5h
Coming to accept who you are involves loving yourself because of your flaws, not in spite of them.
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Teresa Jennings 2h
Looks like it’s going to be a sunny one this bank holiday! Take time for a bit of extra and this weekend If you can ☺️
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AtheistsinRecovery Aug 21
12 Fabulous Benefits of Sobriety-Yes, there is an upside :)
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Mind Me Mind You 17h
Excited to launch "Healthy Habits for University Life" pilot with first year students in Applications open!
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Sue Smolen Aug 18
Sent to me yesterday . Be gentle with self-love Be mindful with self-talk Be thorough with self-care Too good not to share 💚
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CompassionateYou Aug 20
day 21 of 21: Make time to do something kind for yourself
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Go Mindfully Aug 22
Find steadiness and inner peace...know that everything belongs Top Up 1st Sept info@gomindfully.org @ Kingston Quaker Centre
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Bari Tessler Linden Aug 19
Money work doesn’t have to be flashy. The most profound, lasting stuff is often the most quiet.
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Aundi Kolber, Therapist+Writer Aug 14
Replying to @aundikolber
But we need all of who we are to be fully alive + whole. May we get curious with ourselves + begin to welcome home the wounded parts.
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Kim Meninger, MBA 1h
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CompassionateYou Aug 19
day 20 of 21: Make an effort to have a friendly chat with a stranger
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Black Lotus Aug 16
Reclaim your gifts! Do the best you can! At the end of the day, that's all that matters.
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Rachel Weiss 8h
Talk to yourself as you would to your best friend or to a child or a stranger or your pet or your lover or your favourite indulgence.
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Food Psych Podcast 21h
Re-playing a classic with activist Dana Falsetti on the importance of , why “doing no harm” doesn’t mean cutting out food groups, how she overcame her struggles with , and so much more! Check it out here:
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Sue Smolen Aug 20
Sometimes you just need to take yourself away from everything and try something different that is just for you. See how doing things for you makes it so much better doing things for others. 💚
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Rhoda L. Norton Aug 19
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Ros Ben-Moshe 7h
Self care is a priority not luxury. Please find ways to top up especially when you’re feeling depleted
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NAMI Bucks County PA 12h
Sometimes it can be handy to have a little reminder of what not to do. 💜 ****⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Alternative Options 16h
Be kind, be gentle and be compassionate because being harsh gets you nowhere.
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