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5 Myths of Forgiving Yourself

By | May 11th, 2017|Categories: Compassion Tools, Health, Inner Compassion|

Are you holding a grudge against yourself? For most of us, holding that grudge feels like anger, disappointment and judgment directed towards our self. That feels awful, huh? Don’t worry, we can do something about it. I’m often given the opportunity to speak about inner compassion. It doesn’t matter where I go, from beautiful churches [...]

What is YOUR present?

By | December 20th, 2016|Categories: Compassion Tools, Holiday, Inner Compassion|

My Mom is an expert gift giver. She is on the hunt year-around, carefully thinking about the people she loves, picking out the things she thinks will bring them the most joy. Seeing a loved one open up the perfect present is a reward in and of itself, but sometimes we can get so focused [...]

Be a Compassionate Badass

By | July 11th, 2016|Categories: Compassion Tools, Inner Compassion|

Compassion is not for the weak. Compassion can be one of the boldest and courageous acts you can take. But don’t worry it comes naturally. Looking into the eyes of someone who is suffering we naturally empathize with the person. This is how we are wired, when we see another suffering we can feel it, [...]

The Epic Battle

By | April 18th, 2016|Categories: Compassion Tools, Daily life, Inner Compassion|Tags: , , , , |

I’m standing at the kitchen sink washing dishes and there is an epic battle going on. I’m fighting with my housemate about how he damaged my car, and he is yelling back at me. I’m very self-righteous and indignant. The problem is, my housemate moved out 2 months ago. THIS epic battle only exists in [...]