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Dr Kristin Neff
Associate Professor, University of Texas at Austin. Self-compassion researcher, author & co-developer of the Mindful Self-Compassion program.
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Sunday Assembly Sheffield 16h
The Science of Self-Compassion - shares insights on the science of self-compassion & why being kind to yourself matters. 10:45am Sunday 17 Feb, free entry
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McMinnville Schools Feb 14
RT : Self-compassion is a great way to make Valentine's day a good one, whether you're in a romantic relationship or not! via
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Anwesha Chattopadhyay Feb 15
Fabulous talk! Dr. Neff starts around 7 min mark.
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Mindful Feb 3
Listening to your inner critic can often make you forget your worth. Follow this to find the strength and goodness within yourself.
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Fiona Healy O' Neill Feb 2
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al’ai alvarez Jan 23
We can extend here not just to patients but also to ourselves and to our colleagues. The way we treat ourselves and each other have a profound effect on the and . //
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Jacqueline Kennedy Jan 20
For adults too. “Self-compassion isn’t self-pity (poor me) and it isn’t arrogance (I’m the best). Instead, it’s about treating yourself and your shortcomings with kindness, reminding yourself that you are human and - like all humans - you are a work in progress.”
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Jen Robinson Jan 21
How Supports Academic Motivation + Emotional Wellness |
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SusanKaiserGreenland Jan 16
Grateful and honored to be included on this list of women for whom I have enormous respect. Helen Weng Willoughby Britton Shelly Tygielski.
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Mindful Dec 25
Three guided breathing practices to get started with mindfulness: eat:
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EDRDpro Dec 11
Have you claimed your early bird registration to the EDRDpro 2019 Symposium? You can save $100 if you sign up before December 31st! Our keynote speaker is Kristin Neff, PhD, a pioneer in the field of research. Learn more at
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Mindful Dec 11
Three guided breathing practices to get started with mindfulness: eat:
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The Independent Nov 29
In today's Bedtime Stories, novelist (ONCE A MIDWIFE, ) shouts out to fellow writers Kimberly Brubaker Bradley (THE WAR THAT SAVED MY LIFE, ) and Kristen Neff (SELF-COMPASSION, ):
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Happily Family Nov 26
Dr. Kristin Neff on self-compassion . Get the full interview as part of the free online Happily Family Conference -
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Eric Morris Oct 29
The effects of mindfulness-based interventions on cognition and mental health in children and adolescents – a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials
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Everyday Mindfulness Oct 28
"We are all imperfect beings whose actions stem from a web of interdependent conditions that are much larger than ourselves. In other words, we don't have to take our mistakes so personally." ~
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EDRDpro Oct 25
Our speaker for the 2019 EDRDpro Symposium is Kristin Neff, PhD (): a pioneer in the field of research + author of the best selling book, Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself. Read more at
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Dr. Joe Tatta, DPT Oct 25
Self-compassion is a wonderful tool you can use to improve your well-being, your self-confidence, and your resilience. On this episode of the Healing Pain Podcast, talks about the importance of self-compassion in the care of pain.
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Willem Kuyken Oct 22
Effects of mindfulness interventions for young people. Systematic review by (33 studies; N=1763). Using only 17 RCTs with active controls, effects for Mindfulness (d=.42), Depression (d = .47) & Anxiety/Stress (d = .18). Article link ->
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Mindfulness Project Oct 22
Dr. Kristin Neff's Three Steps for Self-Compassion 💗
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