Finding Self-Compassion

Finding Self-Compassion

A Mindfulness Workbook for Getting to Know and Love Yourself
by Sydney Spears, PhD, LSCSW

“This book is beautiful and fun to read, but most important, if you do the practices and exercises within it, you’ll learn skills that will transform your life.”—Kristin Neff, PhD, Associate Professor, Educational Psychology, University of Texas at Austin and author of The Mindful Self-Compassion Workbook

Treat yourself with kindness! Use this guided journal to develop the skills of self-compassion: embrace your identity, overcome self-criticism, practice mindfulness, cope with self-doubt, and deal with difficult emotions.

Self-compassion is an essential skill for young adults–it relieves anxiety, lessens depression, improves overall emotional well-being, and helps you to connect more genuinely with others. This interactive guided journal offers more than 100 prompts and exercises to help:

  • Understand who you are and embrace your whole self
  • Quiet your inner critic and forgive your own mistakes
  • Accept and process difficult feelings–learn how to be kind to yourself especially when you’re feeling bad, sad, or mad
  • Practice mindfulness, gratitude, and acceptance–and feel happier
  • Embrace your common humanity–you are not alone
    Ideal for teens, young adults and up, and compatible with CBT, DBT, and ACT principles, this guided journal takes readers on a journey of self-disovery and self-love, teaching practical, life-changing skills.

    “In this journal, you’ll learn science-based techniques from an ace teacher and therapist who will help you reduce stress, boost resiliency, and avoid our societal siren calls of distraction, disconnection, and dissatisfaction.” —Dan Harris, Co-founder and author of Ten Percent Happier

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