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📒Self Compassion ✍ Kristin Neff
✏Self Compassion Book Summary : Kristin Neff PhD, is a professor in human development whose 10 years' of research forms the basis of her timely and highly readable book. Self Compassion offers a powerful solution for combating the current malaise of depression, anxiety and self criticism that comes with living in a pressured and competitive culture. Through tried and tested exercises and audio downloads, readers learn the 3 core components that will help replace negative and destructive measures of self worth and success with a kinder and non judgemental approach in order to bring about profound life change and deeper happiness. Self Compassion recognises that we all have weaknesses and limitations, but in accepting this we can discover new ways to achieve improved self confidence, contentment and reach our highest potential. Simply, easily and compassionately. Kristin Neff's expert and practical advice offers a completely new set of personal development tools that will benefit everyone. 'A portable friend to all readers ... who need to learn that the Golden Rule works only if it's reversible: We must learn to treat ourselves as well as we wish to treat others.' Gloria Steinem 'A beautiful book that helps us all see the way to cure the world - one person at a time - starting with yourself. Read it and start the journey.' Rosie O'Donnell
📒The Mindful Path To Self Compassion ✍ Christopher Germer
✏The Mindful Path to Self Compassion Book Summary : “Buck up.” “Stop feeling sorry for yourself.” “Don’t ruin everything.” When you are anxious, sad, angry, or lonely, do you hear this self-critical voice? What would happen if, instead of fighting difficult emotions, we accepted them? Over his decades of experience as a therapist and mindfulness meditation practitioner, Dr. Christopher Germer has learned a paradoxical lesson: We all want to avoid pain, but letting it in--and responding compassionately to our own imperfections, without judgment or self-blame--are essential steps on the path to healing. This wise and eloquent book illuminates the power of self-compassion and offers creative, scientifically grounded strategies for putting it into action. Free audio downloads of the meditation exercises are available at the author's website: www.chrisgermer.com. See also The Mindful Self-Compassion Workbook, by Kristin Neff and Christopher Germer, which provides step-by-step guidance for building mindful self-compassion skills and applying them to specific life challenges, and Teaching the Mindful Self-Compassion Program, by Christopher Germer and Kristin Neff (for professionals). Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) Self-Help Book of Merit
📒The Mindful Self Compassion Workbook ✍ Kristin Neff
✏The Mindful Self Compassion Workbook Book Summary : Self-compassion is a powerful inner resource. More than a thousand research studies show the benefits of being a supportive friend to yourself, especially in times of need. This science-based workbook offers a step-by-step approach to breaking free of harsh self-judgments and impossible standards in order to cultivate emotional well-being. In a convenient large-size format, this is the first self-help resource based on the authors' groundbreaking 8-week Mindful Self-Compassion program, which has helped tens of thousands of people around the globe. Every chapter includes guided meditations (with audio downloads); informal practices to do anytime, anywhere; exercises; vivid examples of people using the techniques to address different types of challenges (relationship stress, weight and body image issues, health concerns, anxiety, and more); and empathic reflection questions. Working through the book, readers build essential skills for personal growth based on self-care--not self-criticism. See also The Mindful Path to Self-Compassion, by Christopher Germer, which delves into mindful self-compassion and shares moving stories of how it can change lives.
📒The Self Compassion Diet ✍ Jean Fain
✏The Self Compassion Diet Book Summary : Self-Love: Your Greatest Guide on the Path to Healthy Weight The secret to sustainable weight loss isn’t counting calories or depriving yourself at the dinner table. Jean Fain tells us it’s about cultivating awareness and self-acceptance wherever you are. With The Self-Compassion Diet, this Harvard Medical School–affiliated psychotherapist prescribes a practical program for transforming the way you think and feel about food and your whole self—a shift that, paradoxically, inspires physical change. Combining loving-kindness, self-hypnosis, and other winning weight-loss strategies, The Self Compassion Diet is available in two complementary formats to help you naturally progress toward genuine self-acceptance and a healthy, sustainable weight. With more than 30 different tools including quizzes, breathing exercises, and visualizations, the book explores four powerful weight-loss methods. The audio edition guides you through 11 key practices described in the book. Used together, this powerful combination can speed learning and boost success. Additional topics include: How to appreciate the everyday activity of eating, and learn to trust your body’s signals that it’s nourished Gradual change—a guided visualization for developing mindful eating habits A meditation for getting to know the diet coach who knows you best—your compassionate inner advisor “Most dieters try to ‘kill cravings’ and break habits with self-discipline,” teaches Fain. “Self-kindness can help quiet the shame that traditional diets instill, and establish a harmonious relationship with food.” The Self Compassion Diet book and audio offer a treasury of heart-opening mind-body teachings and practices for improving the way you live, breathe, and eat.
📒Self Compassion For Parents ✍ Susan M. Pollak
✏Self Compassion for Parents Book Summary : "I yelled at the kids again--and feel so ashamed." "I barely have time to shower, let alone exercise; no wonder I’m so out of shape." "I'm just not the dad I hoped I would be." Parenting is hard. That's why self-compassion is so important. In this empathic resource, mindfulness expert and psychologist Susan M. Pollak helps you let go of constant self-judgment and treat yourself with the same kindness and caring you strive to offer your kids. Simple yet powerful guided meditation techniques (most under three minutes long) are easy to practice while doing the dishes, driving to work, or soothing a fussy baby. Learn to respond to your own imperfections like a supportive friend, not a harsh critic. You will find yourself happier and more energized--and will discover new reserves of patience and appreciation for your kids.
📒Self Compassion ✍ Dr Herman Kynaston
✏Self Compassion Book Summary : Self-Compassion: The Secret of Self-Compassion - Learn Self-Compassion and Self-Love Using Tried-and-Tested, Proven Methods.Do you put everyone else first and struggle with even the simplest acts of self-care? There is a fine line between selflessness and self-hate - it's time that you learned the difference. If you find it hard to care for yourself, then you have a problem with self-compassion. Compassion is something that starts within and extends to those around you. Being kind and caring to yourself, instead of critical, pitying and harsh, is so important to your overall health and wellbeing. In Self-Compassion: The Secret of Self-Compassion, I unpack what the term means, and how it can either accelerate, or stall your growth as a person. These proven methods will expose the judgments and limitations that you have been imposing on yourself for far too long. In this inspiring book you'll discover: -How to understand the concept and application of self-compassion-The real benefits of self-compassion and why you need it in your life-How to harness self-compassion to shift into a growth mindset-Why spending time on yourself is not only unselfish, but essential to mental health-How to be less judgmental of yourself, and how to practice care-Critical tips for caring for yourself that no-one else has ever taught youYou have been your own worst enemy for too long. Imagine if you were your own best friend! Rediscovering self-compassion will help you embrace what is currently missing in your life. Today, you will choose yourself. You'll take the leap and learn how to break the chains of negative thought patterns that aren't getting you anywhere. Decide to reignite your self-compassion with this amazing guide. Get it now and learn how!Sample Excerpt from " Self-Compassion: The Secret of Self-Compassion - Learn Self-Compassion and Self-Love Using Tried-and-Tested, Proven Methods. "If you don't practice self-love and self-compassion, you cannot love or feel compassionate towards others.-Dalai LamaStrangely, most of us can easily express love, compassion, and dignity to others. But it seems to be quite a struggle to turn these important emotions inward. Many of us are led to believe loving and showing compassionate to ourselves is a form of self-indulgence.-I am such an idiot.-I am so bad at this.-Everyone seems to have understood this except me.-I am quite a horrible parent/friend/child/sibling.These negative thoughts about ourselves are a constant, endless chatter in our minds. They never seem to stop. Even when others find something nice to say about us, we tend to see a flaw through that praise.So for example, after a presentation, if someone said to you, "You did great today," many of us auto-tuned to reply with "Yes, but I wish I hadn't made so mistakes" or "I wish I could have done better" or something like this. This approach is not just a reflection of a lack of self-compassion but is also unwittingly a bit put-off for people who try to give you honest, positive feedback.So why is it we are so horrible at self-compassion and self-love? Typically, our inner self seems to be divided in its opinion about us. A part of our inner self is rooting for our happiness, supporting our efforts to achieve success in life. However, another part of this inner self is working against us, putting us down, persistent at being our worst enemy.This "inner critical voice" is continually trying to stop our progress, dent our confidence, and undermine our strengths for inexplicable reasons. This inner critique voice prevents us from pursuing our goals and penalizes mercilessly for our failures and mistakes. Our Book Covers the following topics: - Self-Compassion - Self Love - Self Love for Women - Self Love Healing - Self Love Experiment - Self Compassion - Love Yourself
📒Teaching The Mindful Self Compassion Program ✍ Christopher Germer
✏Teaching the Mindful Self Compassion Program Book Summary : This is the authoritative guide to conducting the Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) program, which provides powerful tools for coping with life challenges and enhancing emotional well-being. MSC codevelopers Christopher Germer and Kristin Neff review relevant theory and research and describe the program's unique pedagogy. Readers are taken step by step through facilitating each of the eight sessions and the accompanying full-day retreat. Detailed vignettes illustrate not only how to teach the course's didactic and experiential content, but also how to engage with participants, manage group processes, and overcome common obstacles. The final section of the book describes how to integrate self-compassion into psychotherapy. Purchasers get access to a companion website with downloadable audio recordings of the guided meditations. Note: This book is not intended to replace formal training for teaching the MSC program. See also two related resources for MSC participants and general readers, The Mindful Self-Compassion Workbook, by Kristin Neff and Christopher Germer, and The Mindful Path to Self-Compassion, by Christopher Germer.
📒The Self Compassion Workbook For Teens ✍ Karen Bluth
✏The Self Compassion Workbook for Teens Book Summary : Your teen years are a time of change, growth, and—all too often—psychological struggle. To make matters worse, you are often your own worst critic. The Self-Compassion Workbook for Teens offers valuable tools based in mindfulness and self-compassion to help you overcome self-judgment and self-criticism, cultivate compassion toward yourself and others, and embrace who you really are. As a teen, you’re going through major changes—both physically and mentally. These changes can have a dramatic effect on how you perceive, understand, and interpret the world around you, leaving you feeling stressed and anxious. Additionally, you may also find yourself comparing yourself to others—whether its friends, classmates, or celebrities and models. And all of this comparison can leave you feeling like you just aren’t enough. So, how can you move past feelings of stress and insecurity and start living the life you really want? Written by psychologist Karen Bluth and based on practices adapted from Kristin Neff and Christopher Germer’s Mindful Self-Compassion program, this workbook offers fun and tactile exercises grounded in mindfulness and self-compassion to help you cope more effectively with the ongoing challenges of day-to-day life. You’ll learn how to be present with difficult emotions, and respond to these emotions with greater kindness and self-care. By practicing these activities and meditations, you’ll learn specific tools to help you navigate the emotional ups and downs of the teen years with greater ease. Life is imperfect—and so are we. But if you’re ready to move past self-criticism and self-judgment and embrace your unique self, this compassionate guide will light the way.
📒A Year Of Self Compassion ✍ Amanda Super
✏A Year of Self Compassion Book Summary : Many of us are familiar with the concept of compassion when directed towards others. Fewer of us know how to show compassion to ourselves. This journal will take you on a personal journey of discovery that will enrich and enhance your life on every level, increasing your resilience and empowering you to discover the secret of self-compassion.
📒The Neuroscience Of Empathy Compassion And Self Compassion ✍ Larry Charles Stevens
✏The Neuroscience of Empathy Compassion and Self Compassion Book Summary : The Neuroscience of Empathy, Compassion, and Self-Compassion provides contemporary perspectives on the three related domains of empathy, compassion and self-compassion (ECS). It informs current research, stimulates further research endeavors, and encourages continued and creative philosophical and scientific inquiry into the critical societal constructs of ECS. Examining the growing number of electrocortical (EEG Power Spectral, Coherence, Evoked Potential, etc.) studies and the sizeable body of exciting neuroendocrine research (e.g., oxytocin, dopamine, etc.) that have accumulated over decades, this reference is a unique and comprehensive approach to empathy, compassion and self-compassion. Provides perspectives on empathy, compassion and self-compassion (ECS), including discussions of cruelty, torture, killings, homicides, suicides, terrorism and other examples of empathy/compassion erosion Addresses autonomic nervous system (vagal) reflections of ECS Discusses recent findings and understanding of ECS from mirror neuron research Covers neuroendocrine manifestations of ECS and self-compassion and the neuroendocrine enhancement Examines the neuroscience research on the enhancement of ECS Includes directed-meditations (mindfulness, mantra, Metta, etc.) and their effects on ECS and the brain