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Bereaved Families of Ontario - Southwest Region 6m
“Learning to feel at home again in our own lives is an act of pure bravery.”
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Sstraus57 Sep 24
Thank you, , for the deck. I am looking forward to using this with my Ss & families.
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Dr Sarah Wells Sep 27
Is there a role of and guilt in the development and maintenance of and ? Can we help our patients who struggle with shame during ? Would focussing on help?
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Denna J. Shelton Sep 23
Instead of seeing yourself as an ongoing problem to be fixed, consider this: NEW BLOG POST: Less Fixing, More Loving... =>=>=>
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🌹ᴮᴱapriljoy⁷🌹 Sep 25
y'all omg If anyone wants therapy but it's unaffordable etc go on TikTok and 🔎 for ; there are some licensed therapists who make TikToks about various things that may help !! also 🔎:
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🎸🎶🤘🍁•ĐɆ฿Ɽ₳•🍁🤘🎶🎸💋💜 Sep 27
Be Someone Who Makes YOU Happy 💖💕🌸🙏🌻 💖💕
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Abigail Free Sep 26
Happy Saturday to those accomplishing their goals even though they're truly scared underneath.
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My Voice Podcast Sep 26
Replying to @BMadewo @WarriorsClub5
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Shunya Life 9h
Listen to how you speak to yourself. Forgive yourself for not being perfect. Lift yourself up with your inner dialogue. Love yourself unconditionally. Only then can you authentically show understanding, kindness, and compassion for others.
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Bridgewater NHS Covid-19 Staff HWB Hub 15h
Good morning and beyond 💙 What will you focus on this week to benefit your emotional health and wellbeing?
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Eddie LeShure - A Mindful Emergence, LLC Sep 26
When you encounter difficult emotions such as fear, confusion, sadness or hurt, offer yourself kindness. You might put a hand gently over your heart and send a message of care to the vulnerable place inside you.
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Seema Jain Sep 27
You can’t love anyone else until you love yourself and You can’t take care of anyone else until you’ve taken care of yourself.
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Dr Alison Rooney Sep 26
Thanks very much for your presentation today on trauma and attachment. Lots of interesting learning and thinking 😊 Understanding getting stuck at a neurobiological level in coping styles that were once adaptive in a difficult environment fosters
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Eddie LeShure - A Mindful Emergence, LLC Sep 25
"Love cannot remain by itself – it has no meaning. Love has to be put into action, and that action is service." - Mother Teresa Photo taken by Eddie in 1992 in Calcutta
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ADD Crusher Sep 27
If your compassion does not include yourself, it is incomplete. - Jack Kornfield
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NHS North West Leadership Academy Sep 23
Recognising the impact of COVID-19 on health and wellbeing of staff, a local menu of offers is available from the NHS NWLA to provide support on key topics such as and . Express your interest >>
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CWPT IAPT 8h
What would you like to let go of? If you need help with any of these things, contact us on 02476 671090 to arrange an assessment with one of our therapists to see how we could help.
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Jackie Levine Sep 24
I am in awe of our schools - each day our teachers and leaders show incredible innovation, resilience and compassion, and it is so uplifting. Make sure you take a moment to show and recognize how great you are!
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Anam Cara Community Counselling C.I.C. Sep 26
In these uncertain times have more patience & tolerance of others behaviours Establish physical & psychological boundaries with daily practices that will help you get back to feeling safe in yourself Add lots of , & ..
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Johnty Sep 24
group 2 today. Introduced the group to internal dialogue, our inner bully/good friend & worked in pairs to consider how to respond compassionately.
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