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This Could Have Been An Email
When Women Run for Office: Fierce Self-Compassion & Community

This Could Have Been An Email

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 48:38


Trigger warning: this episode includes passionate conversation around Roe v Wade, women's healthcare, gun control in America, as well as societal expectations and pressures around body image, diet culture, thin privilege, and toxic masculinity. This Could Have Been an Email aims to have open discussions with authentic women on important topics impacting our lives and create an atmosphere of mutual respect and sensitivity. Anna (D), momma, social worker, community organizer, nature enthusiast, and OhioU alum, (the list goes on) ran against four other men for the Wisconsin State Assembly for the 80th District to replace retired female, 20-year-career, Representative Sondy Pope (D). Running for office may not be your jam, but Anna's passion to demand action and authentically build community inspires us in so many ways. Learn more about what an assembly person does (in the State of Wisconsin), what the process was like to run, and the self-work it takes to ensure you're manifesting experiences that aren't based on external validation but because it's what YOU want to do. Episode shout-outs: Moms Demand Action Events > Fierce Self-Compassion, by Dr. Kristin Neff > Parenting with Dr. Becky > --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/could-have-been-an-email/message

My Favorite Mistake
Psychologist Kristin Neff Was a "Mama Bear" in Defending Her Ph.D. Student and Had to Apologize

My Favorite Mistake

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 39:15


Professor, author, and researcher on "self-compassion" My guest for Episode #183 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is psychologist Dr. Kristin Neff. Episode page with video, transcript, and more She is the author of the books Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself, and the 2021 follow up book — Fierce Self-Compassion: How Women Can Harness Kindness to Speak Up, Claim Their Power and Thrive. Kristin received her doctorate from the University of California at Berkeley and is currently an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. While doing her post-doctoral work she decided to conduct research on self-compassion – a central construct in Buddhist psychology and one that had not yet been examined empirically. I learned about Kristin's work thanks to a mention of her by Dan Pink, my guest in Episode 137. In this episode, Kristin tells her favorite mistake story about passionately defending one of her dissertation students who wasn't passed by a new assistant professor. Why was Kristin being a “mama bear” and why was she called on the carpet by her department chair? What did she learn from this experience and how did she apply “self-compassion” to herself in this instance? We also talk about questions and topics including: Before talking about self-compassion, people might have mistaken definitions of compassion… how do you describe the true meaning of compassion toward others? HBR – self-compassion articles “Self-compassion vs. self-esteem” Finding the balance in acknowledging, reflecting, and learning vs. dwelling… “Having compassion also means that you offer understanding and kindness to others when they fail or make mistakes, rather than judging them harshly.” — can you share an example that illustrates that? How can we practice self compassion when we realize we have made a mistake in our work? Important to soothe ourselves before reflecting on our mistake? How we might do that? Does it help us be self-compassionate when others are compassionate toward us when we make mistakes? What Self-Compassion is not — mistaken views? Self-Compassion free survey --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/favorite-mistake/support

Outgrow The Grind
Love Yourself Anyway

Outgrow The Grind

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 22:22


I share vulnerably about how I was judging myself for results I was hoping for but haven't seen yet.  

It's Not About the Sex
Self-Compassion Break - Susskind

It's Not About the Sex

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 6:26


Mindful self-compassion has taken the world by storm as a power tool for wellness and self-acceptance. Borrowing from the Self-Compassion. Break developed by Chris Germer and Kristin Neff, Andrew walks you through this exercise which provides a valuable way to speak to yourself kindly and mindfully.

Achtsam - Deutschlandfunk Nova
Kurse - Wie wir Achtsamkeit üben können

Achtsam - Deutschlandfunk Nova

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 35:40


In dieser Folge Achtsam bekommt Ihr einen Überblick über Kurse, in denen wir Achtsamkeit lernen können. **********An dieser Stelle findet ihr die Übung:00:31:04 - Übung für den Umgang mit schwierigen Emotionen**********Quellen aus der Folge:Bassam Khoury et al.: "Mindfulness-based stress reduction for healthy individuals: A meta-analysis." In: Journal of Psychosomatic Research Volume 78, Issue 6, June 2015, S. 519-528.MacBeth, A., and Gumley, A. (2012) Exploring compassion: A metaanalysis of the association between self-compassion and psychopathology. Clinical Psychology Review, 32 (6). S. 545-552.Phoebe Long, Kristin Neff: "Self-compassion is associated with reduced self-presentation concerns and increased student communication behavior." Learning and Individual Differences Volume 67, October 2018, S. 223-231**********Mehr zum Thema bei Deutschlandfunk Nova:Grenzen setzen: Wenn wir uns aus sozialen Medien zurückziehenWeisheit: Durch Achtsamkeit Gleichmut und Gelassenheit erlangenReisen: Wie wir achtsam Urlaub machen**********Den Artikel zum Stück findet ihr hier.**********Ihr könnt uns auch auf diesen Kanälen folgen: Instagram und YouTube.**********Ihr habt Anregungen, Ideen, Themenwünsche? Dann schreibt uns gern unter achtsam@deutschlandfunknova.de

The Nourished Child
Meet Your Superpower: Self-Compassion

The Nourished Child

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 36:46


Dr. Kristin Neff, a pioneer in self-compassion research and one of the most influential researchers in psychology worldwide, helps us embrace self-compassion as we raise children of all sizes. Get full show notes and information here: https://thenourishedchild.com/170.

What Really Matters: Everyday Spirituality
Ep. 78 Self-Compassion and Healing Old Grief

What Really Matters: Everyday Spirituality

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 27:59


In this episode I share the progress I've been making using the tools of self-compassion I learned several weeks ago from Kristin Neff's website: www.self-compassion.org. I also talk about a recent resurgence of old inner messages of guilt and shame about my father's death related to working on an old manuscript. This episode includes: How self-compassion has changed how I view myself and also how I perceive criticism from others. Why my old stored feelings of grief and guilt have been coming into view recently. How self-blame and shame actually discourage us from utilizing self-compassion. How old threads of guilt are dissolving away quickly as I apply self-compassion. The steps of self-compassion I'm finding helpful. Get my latest book The Journey from Ego to Soul Support this podcast to keep it on the air! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/karen-wyatt/message

Living in the Sandwich Zone
The Antidote to Shame: A Conversation with Dr. Chris Germer (Part 1)

Living in the Sandwich Zone

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 28:26


In February of this year, I had the opportunity to interview, Dr. Chris Germer, a clinical psychologist and part-time lecturer on psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. As luck (or fate) would have it, I had the chance to interview him on the topic of shame…not once but TWICE. As you'll hear, the first time did not quite go as planned. However, the second time around (which you WILL hear in this episode) we talked about shame, what it is, what it does and what the antidote to it is. Chris' primary interest is his work related to self-compassion. Along with Dr. Kristin Neff (who I talked about in the What to Do When There's Nothing You Can Do episode a few weeks ago), he co-developed the Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) program and MSC has since been taught to over 200,000 people worldwide. Additionally, they co-authored two books on Mindful Self-Compassion, The Mindful Self-Compassion Workbook and Teaching the Mindful Self-Compassion Program. In 2007, Chris began collaborating with Kristin Neff, psychology professor at the University of Texas, Austin, and pioneering researcher on self-compassion. In 2009, he wrote the book, The Mindful Path to Self-Compassion, and, in 2010, Chris and Kristin co-developed Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC), an empirically-supported, 8-week training program for the general public. The Center for Mindful Self-Compassion was established in 2012 and since then over 100,000 of people have learned MSC from over 3,000 teachers worldwide. A bestselling workbook on the MSC program appeared in 2018 and a professional textbook was released in 2019, both co-authored by Chris and Kristin. In 2015, Chris helped to establish the Center for Mindfulness and Compassion at the Cambridge Health Alliance. He is on the faculty and serves as a senior advisor and research consultant, currently co-developing an fMRI research protocol for treating chronic pain with self-compassion. Chris spends his professional life traveling internationally, teaching and writing about mindfulness and self-compassion, supporting MSC teachers and students, consulting on self-compassion research, and maintaining a modest psychotherapy practice. You can find out more about Dr. Germer's work and the courses he offers on his website https://chrisgermer.com and you can follow him on Instagram @christophergermerphd. You can follow me on Instagram at: @karen.e.osborne Click on this link to join Club Sandwich (the LITSZ Private Facebook Group): LITSZ_Club_Sandwich --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/karen-osborne9/message

Widow 180 The Podcast with Jen Zwinck
139. Stop Beating Yourself Up! The Power Of Self-Compassion

Widow 180 The Podcast with Jen Zwinck

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 17:59


Are you being nice to yourself? Are you treating yourself the same way you would treat your best friend if she were in your situation? As widows, we put so much pressure on oursleves to have all of the answers right away after we lose our spouse. We are thrown into a new life of unwanted change and we expect ourselves to know exactly what to do. And then we berate ourselves when we don't have the answers! In this episode, we are using references from self-compassion expert, Kristin Neff, on how we can be kinder to ourselves. She talks about 3 components to self-compassion that we can incorporate into our lives when feeling times of stress. You can find more info on Kristen Neff at: www.selfcompassion.org Also, doors are open now for our NEW program, Rediscovery Through Writing! A Creative Grief Writing Program For Widows. We're starting Monday October 3 at 7:30pm EST. This is 4 weeks of live Zoom calls with group coaching, creative writing, exercises, guided journaling, poetry to help you work through the grief and discover who you are again! Get more info and sign up at https://www.widow180.com/rediscovery Email me if you have anyquestions or comments at jen@widow180.com Like the podcast? Become a sponsor for as little as $3 to keep the podcast going! Go to https://www.patreon.com/widow180    

Autoconsciente | Um podcast que entende você

Ruminação mental é a rememoração persistente, às vezes compulsiva, de acontecimentos passados que a gente continua mastigando, talvez por não ter digerido, talvez por acreditar que, de tanto remoer a situação, ela poderá se resolver ou mudar.É um falatório interno que, quando se descontrola, nos atormenta, rouba o sono, nos paralisa. Vamos conversar aqui então sobre o que ruminamos, quais são as causas e os efeitos da ruminação e como podemos lidar com isso.Comente este episódio em sua versão no YouTube: https://youtu.be/X9CeUFHcqMY?t=99Acompanhe-me no Instagram pelo perfil @regina.giannetti Citados neste episódio: Livro "A voz na sua cabeça", de Ethan KrossLivro "Autocompaixão – Pare de se torturar e deixe a insegurança para trás", de Kristin Neff

Ta vie Avec
Épisode 2: Qu'est ce que l'autocompassion

Ta vie Avec

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 29:39


Dans cet épisode j'essaye de répondre à la question Qu'est ce que l'autocompassion? Je te partage plusieurs définitions dont la mienne et je t'explique le modèle de la chercheuse Kristen Neff. Écoute cet épisode pour : - comprendre ce qu'est l'autocompassion - en savoir plus les 3 composantes de l'autocompassion -identifier ce qu'est la bienveillance, l'humanité commune et la pleine conscience Ressources : Test d'autocompassion https://self-compassion.org/self-compassion-test/ 2003 Lighting the path The Daila Lama teaches on wisdom and compassion- South Melbourne- Australia- Thomas C Lothion Goetz,J.L,Keltner,D.,& Simon-Thomas,E(2010). Compassion: An evolutionary analysis and empirical review. Psychological Bulletin Cassel, E.J (2002) Compassion. In C.R.Snyder&S.JLopez (eds), Handbook of positive psychology ( p434/445)New york, Oxford University Press Neff, K. D (2003). Self compassion: An alternative conceptualization of a healthy attitude toward oneself. Self and Identity Neff, K.D (2016) Does self -compassionentail reduced self-judgment, isolation, and over-identification? A response to Muris, Otgaar, and petrocchi.Mind-fulness Programme d'autocompassion en pleine conscience un guide pour professionnels Christopher Germer and Kristin Neff Mon cahier d'autocompassion en pleine conscience Kristin Neff et Christopher Germer S'aimer Kristen Neff L'autocompassion L'indulgence avec soi même Christopher K. Germer] Besoin d'aide pour t'aimer et prendre ta place ? C'est la spécialité de mes accompagnements. Tu prendre rendez-vous pour en discuter avec moi https://calendly.com/leilacoaching/seance-papotons-autour-d-un-the Abonne-toi dès aujourd'hui au podcast Dose d'amour sur la plateforme de votre choix, et laisse-y ton avis , c'est le meilleur moyen de le soutenir.Et n'hésitez pas à partager ce podcast avec tes amis si tu penses qu'ils pourraient aussi en bénéficier ! Inscris- toi gratuitement au club des Platipus pour pratiquer l'auto compassion et avoir plus de ressources gratuites. https://lklcoaching.podia.com/le-club-des-platipus Force et Amour Leïla

Mindful
12 Minute Meditation: Soften, Soothe, and Allow Difficult Emotions with Kristen Neff

Mindful

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 17:33


This practice is a web extra in the October issue of Mindful magazine where we look into the science and practice of meditating—not to push away your painful emotions, but to see and recognize those emotions with kindness and curiosity. By allowing ourselves to experience where tough emotions are present in the body, and opening up to them with love, we can cultivate a sense of peace and acceptance toward the imperfect nature of life. This meditation is guided by author and mindful self-compassion expert Kristin Neff. It's designed for dealing with really difficult emotions, so if you're feeling something very difficult right now, this may be a good meditation for you.  Show Notes Find more from Kristin Neff here: Self-compassion.org Fierce Self-Compassion Kristin on mindful.org And more from Mindful here: The October 2022 issue of Mindful magazine: The Peaceful Mind Issue More episodes of 12 Minute Meditation The Real Mindful Podcast Let us know what you thought of this episode of 12 Minute Meditation by leaving a review or by emailing yourwords@mindful.org.

The Nonlinear Library
EA - Does beating yourself up about being unproductive accomplish anything? What should I ask self-compassion researcher Kristin Neff when I interview her? by Robert Wiblin

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 1:44


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Does beating yourself up about being unproductive accomplish anything? What should I ask self-compassion researcher Kristin Neff when I interview her?, published by Robert Wiblin on September 14, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. Next week for The 80,000 Hours Podcast I'm interviewing Kristin Neff — an academic psychologist who has pioneered research into, and is strongly associated with, the idea of 'self-compassion'. We will discuss how much guilt/shame/negative self-talk help get things done, and if not much, how to reduce them. While many people believe that feeling bad about themselves when they're unproductive helps them achieve more, and that without this behaviour they'd become lazy and self-indulgent, Kristin argues that the evidence shows these behaviours to be bad for long-term productivity. Just as a good line manager doesn't denigrate a staff member who is struggling, and a good parent won't belittle a child who is procrastinating, we ought not treat ourselves so harshly. We should speak to ourselves like a good manager or friend or parent would: with kindness and understanding as well as a firm commitment to what's in our own long-term best interest. If Kristin is right, 'beating yourself up' is not only harmful to your own well-being, in typical cases it accomplishes very little. What should I ask her? Places to learn more about Kristen's work: A good interview she did with Spencer Greenberg on the Clearer Thinking Podcast that addresses mental health issues common in the EA community Wikipedia Her website Her book Self Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself Dr. Kristin Neff | The Science of Self-Compassion | Talks at Google Thanks for listening. To help us out with The Nonlinear Library or to learn more, please visit nonlinear.org.

Psych Up Live
Encore The Proven Benefits of Self-Compassion in Daily Life

Psych Up Live

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 60:00


In this episode Dr. Kristin Neff, widely recognized as one of the world's leading experts on self-compassion, draws upon her personal introduction to self-compassion, her years of pioneering research, and her book Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself, to offer listeners an understanding of this powerful but often misunderstood and overlooked resource. In an interesting and useable way she defines self-compassion and compares it with self- pity and self-esteem. She demonstrates the power of self-compassion to enhance self-knowledge and motivation and describes and exemplifies its use of self-kindness, human connection and mindfulness to offset self-criticism and the trap of self-loathing. To hear Kristin Neff, is to receive an insider's understanding of a powerful resource for coping, healing and growing in every day life. Self- Compassion is within our grasp.

Calmly Coping
Self-Compassion As The Antidote To High-Functioning Anxiety

Calmly Coping

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 11:26


Self-compassion means treating yourself with kindness, love, and concern, especially when you are struggling. When you have high-functioning anxiety, it is all too common to have a strong inner critic: that harsh inner voice that beats you up and puts you down. The problem is that this harsh inner critic only makes you feel worse and more anxious. In this episode, I'll share how self-compassion is the antidote to high-functioning anxiety and the harsh inner critic that goes along with it.   In this episode, you will learn: The 3 components of self-compassion Why self-compassion is especially important for those with high-functioning anxiety 5 tips to start practicing more self-compassion   Learn more about self-compassion via Kristin Neff: https://self-compassion.org/   ++++++++ Calmly Coping is a self-improvement podcast for overthinkers who struggle with high-functioning anxiety to help you feel more calm, balanced, and confident. ++++++++   **TAKE THE FREE HIGH-FUNCTIONING ANXIETY QUIZ** http://hfaquiz.com   LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CALM & AMBITIOUS MEMBERSHIP https://www.calmandambitious.com/   *** WORK WITH ME *** My mission is to help you decrease your anxiety, declutter your mind, and say hello to a life of calm and balance.  Learn more about my coaching and course offerings below. https://becalmwithtati.com/work-with-me   *** JOIN THE CALMLY COPING GROUP *** The free supportive community for high-achievers with high-functioning anxiety. Join Today: https://www.facebook.com/groups/CalmlyCoping   *** SAY HI ON SOCIAL *** Website: https://becalmwithtati.com/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/tatianaglpc LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tatianaglpc/ Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/tatianaglpc   *** INTRO/OUTRO MUSIC *** Rescue Me (Instrumental) by Aussens@iter (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/tobias_weber/57990 Ft: Copperhead   DISCLAIMER All content here is for informational purposes only. This content does not replace the professional judgment of your own mental health provider. Please consult a licensed mental health professional for all individual questions and issues.

The Change Agents Podcast with Dr. James Rouse
The Power of Self-Compassion

The Change Agents Podcast with Dr. James Rouse

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 7:19


According to research by Kristin Neff, self-compassion may be the key to heroic self-acceptance. Neff defines self-compassion as “extending warmth and understanding to ourselves when we suffer, fail or feel inadequate, rather than ignoring our pain or flogging ourselves with self-criticism.” In other words, it's being gentle and supportive towards ourselves in times of difficulty instead of harsh and judgemental. And studies suggest that this approach leads to more happiness, reduced anxiety, and greater emotional resilience.

The PAWsitive Choices Podcast
Becoming a Compassionate Coach: How to Treat Ourselves and Others With Kindness When We Make Mistakes

The PAWsitive Choices Podcast

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 21:28


The content of this episode is available in video form via The PAWsitive Choices YouTube Channel. Check out our channel to watch the video recording of the podcast and subscribe so you never miss a video!  In this episode, we'll explore ways you can become a more compassionate coach for yourself and others when mistakes are made. We'll learn what the science says about self-compassion and discuss practical steps you can take to treat yourself and others with kindness as you navigate setbacks. Click here to take the Self-Compassion Test and check out Kristin Neff's Self-Compassion TED Talk here. Our newest book, Bear Takes a Brain Break,  is now available on Amazon! You can find our other new Amazon books at https://www.pawsitivechoices.com/books. Follow PAWsitive Choices on Instagram and Facebook and join our mailing list to stay up to date on our new books and upcoming events. Store: https://www.pawsitivechoices.com/store Check out our other resources and freebies: https://www.pawsitivechoices.com/links © 2014-2022 PAWsitive Choices, LLC 

One Conversation Podcast
Overcome Trauma With Mindfulness With Special Guest: Marta McLean LMFT

One Conversation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 44:52


In this episode we are joined by special guest, Marta McLean, to have a deep conversation on how we can deal with trauma. Marta has been providing therapy services at Live Violence Free for 10 years, and specializes in trauma therapy. We define triggers before she shares a plethora of techniques that can be used when someone is triggered. We end with a special breathing technique for our meditation, that can be used to help ground and center you either during or after a trigger. Live Violence Free Virtual Trauma Support Group: Every Wednesday at 10AM. Call 530-544-2118 for more information (Available to residents of El Dorado and Alpine County)Trauma Survivors Network Peer Support Group: https://www.traumasurvivorsnetwork.org/pages/peer-support-groupsHealthline's "The 5 Best Online Trauma Support Groups: https://www.healthline.com/health/mental-health/ptsd-online-support-groupKristin Neff's Website: https://self-compassion.org/Kristin Neff's Books (Marta Recommended):Mindful Self-Compassion Workbook: https://www.amazon.com/Mindful-Self-Compassion-Workbook-Yourself-Strength/dp/1462526780Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself: https://www.amazon.com/Self-Compassion-Proven-Power-Being-Yourself/dp/0061733520Fierce Self-Compassion: https://www.amazon.com/Fierce-Self-Compassion-Harness-Kindness-Thrive/dp/006299106XMedical News Today's "Grounding Techniques for PTSD & Trauma": https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/grounding-techniquesChoosing Mental Health's "25 Grounding Techniques for Trauma": https://choosementalhealth.org/25-grounding-techniques-for-anxiety/Very Well Mind's "Best Meditation/Mindfulness Apps of 2022": https://www.verywellmind.com/best-meditation-apps-4767322Live Violence Free: https://liveviolencefree.org/One Conversation, the Podcast Where We Believe One Conversation Can Change A Life | www.liveviolencefree.org

Habits for Happiness
Encore: EP 37:ThePowerful habit of Compassion: SelfHelp Guru:Dr. Neff

Habits for Happiness

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 60:00


Join Best Selling Author Dr. Kristin Neff as we discuss the habit of how we talk to ourselves - with compassion rather than criticism and HOW we can talk to ourselves to be our own best friends. Dr. Neff received her doctorate from the University of California at Berkeley, and is currently an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. During Kristin's last year of graduate school she became interested in Buddhism and has been practicing meditation in the Insight Meditation tradition ever since. While doing her post-doctoral work she decided to conduct research on self-compassion – a central construct in Buddhist psychology and one that had not yet been examined empirically. Kristin is a pioneer in the field of self-compassion research, creating a scale to measure the construct almost 20 years ago. In addition to writing numerous academic articles and book chapters on the topic, she is author of the book Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself, and in June 2021 she will be releasing her new book Fierce Self-Compassion: How Women Can Harness Kindness to Speak Up, Claim Their Power and Thrive. In conjunction with her colleague Dr. Chris Germer, she has developed an empirically supported training program called Mindful Self-Compassion, which is taught by thousands of teachers worldwide. They co-authored The Mindful Self-Compassion Workbook as well as Teaching the Mindful Self-Compassion Program: A Guide for Professionals. She is also co-founder of the nonprofit Center for Mindful Self-Compassion.

Beyond Influential
#184 Creating The Next Craze in Nightlife with Sauna, Ice Baths, & Breathwork with Myles Farmer of Othership

Beyond Influential

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 42:52


This week's episode is all about building the next craze in nightlife—an alcohol-free alternative focused on wellness and community building. Othership is a luxury sauna and ice bath experience with carefully curated and guided classes to make sure you have an immersive and transformative time where you can truly connect with yourself and others. With their first location based in Toronto, Othership has attracted both devoted enthusiasts and the attention of major wellness investors. Othership also has a great breathwork app, and you can get an extended free trial right here: https://othership.onelink.me/loJo/brittanyk My guest this week is Myles Farmer, one of the five co-founders and the Director of Operations & Development responsible for their physical locations. For more about Myles, click here: https://bit.ly/3Twq5qz On Ep. 184, we cover: How to run a successful franchise: What it takes & how to thrive Myle's entrepreneurial evolution from hospitality and nightlife to wellness Making the difficult decision to leave a successful business & how he found the next thing Research Sprints: Tips to explore and test your business ideas The genesis of Othership: How he got the idea, finding co-founders, and making the vision a reality Covid's impact on their launch & how they adapted, plans to expand to the US & more! App I'm Loving! Othership has a really effective breathwork app that I've been loving and use regularly, and I think you'll really love it too. It's super intuitive and non-intimidating, and it's made it really easy for me to create and sustain a practice. Othership usually offers a 7-day free trial, but with my link, you can get 14-days for free! Click here to sign up and get started:  https://othership.onelink.me/loJo/brittanyk Resources Mentioned in the Episode! Get my 3 favorite FREE self-compassion guided meditations for entrepreneurs from Dr. Kristin Neff here! https://www.brittanykrystle.com/meditations Want to Support the Podcast for free? Leaving a rating goes a long way and allows me to continue putting out quality content! You can leave one on Apple (https://apple.co/3GWz0vq) or Spotify (https://spoti.fi/3Mrnppp)! Take a screenshot while listening to the episode and share it in your Instagram Stories—and make sure to tag me @brittanykrystle! To connect with Myles Farmer: Website: https://www.othership.us/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mylesfarmer   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/myles-farmer-8b446651/     To connect with Othership: Twitter: https://twitter.com/othership_us Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/othership.app   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/othership.to   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/othershipus/   Try Othership and get 14 days FREE! https://othership.onelink.me/loJo/brittanyk     To connect with me, Brittany Krystle: Website: https://www.brittanykrystle.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brittanykrystle/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/brittanykrystle/   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brittanykrystle/   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brittanykrystlexoxo/   Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/brittanykrystle/   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1f0uI6wzWqp58n7fk-7-1g   Don't want to miss an episode (or valuable free resources!)? Get on my list here: https://www.brittanykrystle.com/subscribe   *Disclosure: These show notes may contain affiliate links. If you choose to purchase through them, I may earn a commission which helps me continue to create this content (at no extra cost to you). Thank you so much for your support.

The Single Greatest Choice
S3, episode 5: how to choose the perfect donor

The Single Greatest Choice

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 39:37


In this episode, Katie shares her favorite coaching tools by applying them to the sometimes emotional experience of choosing a donor as a solo parent.  To learn more about these top 3 tools, visit:The Life Coach School Podcast by Brooke Castillo, Master Coach InstructorSelf Compassion by Kristin Neff, PhDThe Work of Byron KatieYou'll also learn about some upcoming ways to work with Katie, including very limited availability for one-on-one coaching, an upcoming discussion group in Oct-Nov, group coaching in Dec 2022, and the first ever Single Greatest Choice yoga and coaching retreat in Summer 2023!  Find out more at www.singlegreatestchoice.com/coaching

Habits for Happiness
EP 37:ThePowerful habit of Compassion: SelfHelp Guru:Dr. Neff

Habits for Happiness

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 60:00


Join Best Selling Author Dr. Kristin Neff as we discuss the habit of how we talk to ourselves - with compassion rather than criticism and HOW we can talk to ourselves to be our own best friends. Dr. Neff received her doctorate from the University of California at Berkeley, and is currently an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. During Kristin's last year of graduate school she became interested in Buddhism and has been practicing meditation in the Insight Meditation tradition ever since. While doing her post-doctoral work she decided to conduct research on self-compassion – a central construct in Buddhist psychology and one that had not yet been examined empirically. Kristin is a pioneer in the field of self-compassion research, creating a scale to measure the construct almost 20 years ago. In addition to writing numerous academic articles and book chapters on the topic, she is author of the book Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself, and in June 2021 she will be releasing her new book Fierce Self-Compassion: How Women Can Harness Kindness to Speak Up, Claim Their Power and Thrive. In conjunction with her colleague Dr. Chris Germer, she has developed an empirically supported training program called Mindful Self-Compassion, which is taught by thousands of teachers worldwide. They co-authored The Mindful Self-Compassion Workbook as well as Teaching the Mindful Self-Compassion Program: A Guide for Professionals. She is also co-founder of the nonprofit Center for Mindful Self-Compassion.

Inside Mental Health: A Psych Central Podcast
Learning Self-Compassion and its Benefits

Inside Mental Health: A Psych Central Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 25:54


Often the way we talk to ourselves internally is drastically different from how we speak to others. If a friend lost their job, you'd likely console them and lend encouragement and a helping hand. If it was you, would the conversation be the same? Or would you belittle yourself, fill with doubt, and feel angry? Turns out, self compassion is a skill most of us could use more of. Join us as today's guest explains how to foster this skill, and the benefits of being a little more patient and understanding of yourself. To learn more -- or read the transcript -- please visit the official episode page. Guest Bio Dr. Kristin Neff is currently an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. She is a pioneer in the field of self-compassion research, conducting the first empirical studies on self-compassion nearly twenty years ago. She has been recognized as one of the most influential researchers in psychology worldwide. She is author of the bestselling book Self-Compassion. Along with her colleague Chris Germer, she developed the Mindful Self-Compassion program, taught internationally, and co-wrote The Mindful Self-Compassion Workbook. Her newest book is Fierce Self-Compassion: How Women Can Harness Kindness to Speak Up, Claim Their Power, and Thrive. For more info go to www.self-compassion.org. Inside Mental Health Podcast Host Gabe Howard is an award-winning writer and speaker who lives with bipolar disorder. He is the author of the popular book, "Mental Illness is an Asshole and other Observations," available from Amazon; signed copies are also available directly from the author. Gabe makes his home in the suburbs of Columbus, Ohio. He lives with his supportive wife, Kendall, and a Miniature Schnauzer dog that he never wanted, but now can't imagine life without. To book Gabe for your next event or learn more about him, please visit gabehoward.com.

Raw Beauty Talks
The Power of Self-Compassion with Dr. Kristin Neff

Raw Beauty Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 50:02


Today's guest is a pioneer in the field of self-compassion research and has helped hundreds of thousands of people change their INNER DIALOGUE to be more KIND, MOTIVATING & POWERFUL.  You've probably heard of self-compassion but perhaps brushed it off thinking it was too fluffy to get you anywhere. Science tells a different story and in today's episode, Dr. Neff shares exactly how you can use self-compassion to transform your life. If you struggle with a LOUD INNER CRITIC, PERFECTIONISM or SELF DOUBT you're going to want to take notes as she explains the three components of self-compassion and how to apply "tough love" self-compassion when needed.  PRESS PLAY & don't forget to practice what you learn in the episode in every day life! 

The Huddle: Conversations with the Diabetes Care Team
The Dangers of Perfectionism in Diabetes with Alexis Skelley & Kersti Spjut

The Huddle: Conversations with the Diabetes Care Team

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 39:05


Alexis Skelley, LISW-CP/S, LCSW, CDCES, and Kersti Spjut, PhD, join The Huddle to talk about the dangers of perfectionism in diabetes. You'll learn the risks and signs of unhealthy perfectionism in diabetes or prediabetes management and get practical steps to help these individuals develop a more flexible approach. You'll even get some pearls of wisdom you can use yourself. Resources:ADCES22 sessions on demand: ADCES22.orgKersti's website: DrKerstiSpjut.comKersti's Instagram (@drkerstispjut): instagram.com/drkerstispjutSouth Carolina AHAC: scahec.netAlexis' Instagram (@Diabetes_Therapist): instagram.com/diabetes_therapistDr. Kristin Neff's website and book: https://self-compassion.org/How to Keep House While Drowning (book) by KC Davis: https://www.strugglecare.com/bookResearch article on self-compassion and exercise:Rapoport, O., Bengel, S., Möcklinghoff, S., & Neidhardt, E. (2022). Self-compassion moderates the influence of procrastination on postponing sporting activity. Personality and Individual Differences, 185, 111242. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2021.111242Summary of the research on weight cycling and weight stigma: What Is Weight Cycling? — Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Anti-Diet Author, & Certified Eating Disorders SpecialistWhat Is Weight Stigma? — Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Anti-Diet Author, & Certified Eating Disorders Specialist

The mindbodygreen Podcast
429: Why we fail at nutrition & weight loss goals | Behavioral sustainability scientist Michelle Segar, Ph.D.

The mindbodygreen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 52:51 Very Popular


Michelle Segar, Ph.D.: “How we feel while we exercise determines whether we keep doing it or not.”  Michelle, a behavioral sustainability scientist and lifestyle coach, joins mbg co-CEO, Jason Wachob, to discuss how to make healthy eating changes that actually stick, plus: - What we're getting wrong with nutrition & fitness changes (~01:02) - Why you shouldn't put healthy behaviors on autopilot (~07:04) - 4 decision disruptors that can sabotage your well-being goals (~15:49) - How to handle unhealthy temptations in your environment (~21:39) - Why “perfect” diets ultimately fail (~25:20) - The key to losing weight & keeping it off (~34:59) - How to identify your “why” behind your nutrition goals (~45:59) - Why you should make space for challenges on your well-being journey (~49:39) Referenced in the episode: - Michelle's book, The Joy Choice. - Take Michelle's decision disruptor quiz. - A study on exercise motivations. - A study on diet flexibility and weight loss. - A study on enjoying exercise. - Learn more about Robert Cialdini, Ph.D. - mbg Podcast episode #294 and #197, with Jud Brewer, M.D., Ph.D. - mbg Podcast episode #322, with Kristin Neff, Ph.D. We hope you enjoy this episode, and feel free to watch the full video on Youtube! Whether it's an article or podcast, we want to know what we can do to help here at mindbodygreen. Let us know at: podcast@mindbodygreen.com.

Dose of Leadership with Richard Rierson | Authentic & Courageous Leadership Development
Dr. Kristin Neff, Ph.D. | World Leading Expert on Self-Compassion

Dose of Leadership with Richard Rierson | Authentic & Courageous Leadership Development

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 44:04


Kristin Neff, Ph.D. is widely recognized as one of the world's leading experts on self-compassion, being the first one to operationally define and measure the construct almost twenty years ago. In addition to her pioneering research into self-compassion, she has developed an eight-week program to teach self-compassion skills in daily life, co-created with her colleague Dr. Chris Germer, called Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC). https://self-compassion.org/ We believe everyone deserves to be happy, but in today's world everywhere you turn there is division and negativity. At BriteVibe we have created a global movement to bring 8 million people together who are inspired to Live Brite, Live Bold and share BriteVibes. Alone it is hard to change, but together we can change the world. https://britevibe.com/  

Demystifying Mental Toughness
131 How to Deal with Self-Criticism using Self Compassion – Final Part

Demystifying Mental Toughness

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 12:05


This episode is the final part of a three-part series where I've tried to help people recognise that to develop Mental Toughness it is not simply about “being tough” or “egotistical” there is more to it than that.   The series of episodes have looked at self-criticism, which we can all find difficult at different times and in different situations, from a variety of angles.  I've shared sporting case studies, and why and how having a self-compassionate approach can be helpful.   This time we look at competitiveness and I highlight when things go wrong how hard it is for some people and how they internalise losses.  Also featured is an exercise to help you in these circumstances – “How you would treat a friend” which you can apply to yourself so you can move on from defeats in a different manner and sleep a little better that evening! Key Learning Points Competitiveness is a strong desire to be more successful than others. People who are competitive dream about winning, they love the feelings of beating rivals.   Real competitors thrive off pressure in clutch situations.  They love the challenge too, for example taking the decisive penalty kick to win a tournament, they'll out their hand up. The downsides of being extremely competitive include jealousy of others, very high emotions in sport and corresponding outbursts. A large degree of self-criticism can also be a common behaviour of “the serious competitor” which can work for and against them. To counter the self-criticism, self-compassion is a very helpful approach and can help people relax more quickly in emotional circumstances.  Kristin Neff, who has done extensive research in this area suggests that self-compassion consists of three main elements: kindness, a sense of common humanity, and mindfulness.  Research has shown that most people are kinder to others than they are to themselves. Throw in events or situations that are beyond our control, such as sporting matches and competition – the same is true.   Then exercise “How you would treat a friend” is a helpful reminder to help you be kinder to yourself, to see things from a fresh perspective as well as helping you look in the mirror and be honest with yourself.   Connect with David Charlton Download THE FOCUSED ATHLETE CHECKLIST Join David @ The Sports Psychology Hub Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn Relevant Podcast Episodes Ep129: David Charlton - How to Deal with Self-Criticism using Self Compassion – PT1 Ep130 David Charlton - How to Deal with Self-Criticism using Self Compassion – PT2 Other Relevant Blogs and Resources A Common Mental Game Error Many Footballers Make Beating Perfectionism as a Goalkeeper Perfectionism in Cricket Mental Training Resources for Gymnasts Kristin Neff Website on Self-Compassion

What Really Matters: Everyday Spirituality
Ep. 73 Why We Need More Self-Compassion and Less Self-Esteem

What Really Matters: Everyday Spirituality

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 25:56


Today I'm sharing with you something I've been working on for the past few weeks, which is "self-compassion." I've been reading and doing exercises from a wonderful website that features the work of Dr. Kristin Neff: www.self-compassion.org. Check it out for yourself if you're interested but I'm sharing a bit of this information here. This episode includes: What is self-compassion. How self-compassion differs from self-esteem, self-pity, and self-indulgence. Self-esteem comes from the ego while self-compassion is a function of the higher self. The benefits of a self-compassion practice include increased resilience and decreased narcissism. Self-compassion is to treat yourself like you would treat a close friend. 3 simple statements to practice self-compassion when things are not going your way. Get my latest book The Journey from Ego to Soul Support this podcast to keep it on the air! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/karen-wyatt/message

The Peaceful Parenting Podcast
063: Self-Compassion is the Key to Being Your Best Parent Self with Dr. Kristin Neff

The Peaceful Parenting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 32:23


What are the three components of self compassion?    We all need to extend ourselves a bit more compassion which is why this conversation is particularly important. Joining me is *the* thought leader in the self-compassion space, Dr. Kristin Neff.   Dr. Neff is currently an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. She is a pioneer in the field of self-compassion research, conducting the first empirical studies on self-compassion nearly twenty years ago. She has been recognized as one of the most influential researchers in psychology worldwide.    We go into: [3:00] How Dr. Neff's story intertwines with her work in self compassion [6:45] Secondary traumatic stress and secondary self-compassion  [8:20] How to find self compassion in hard situations  [9:15] Dr. Neff's definition of self compassion [12:30] Why gratitude isn't always enough [16:30] The two types of self compassion [20:30] Dr. Neff's self compassion meditation [27:00] How to believe in yourself and that you aren't a bad person [29:45] What advice Dr. Neff would give to her younger parent self Resources mentioned in this episode Ask your question: www.speakpipe.com/peacefulparentingpodcast Self-Compassion by Dr. Kristin Neff Fierce Self-Compassion: How Women Can Harness Kindness to Speak Up, Claim Their Power, and Thrive by Dr. Kristin Neff   Connect with Dr. Kristin Neff On Instagram On Twitter www.facebook.com/selfcompassion www.self-compassion.org Guided Meditations   Connect with Sarah Rosensweet   On Instagram On Facebook https://www.sarahrosensweet.com  Book a short consult or coaching session call

Wellness While Walking
134. Pandemic Weight Gain Persistence + The Power of Coaching with Janet Hunter (listener and new health coach!)

Wellness While Walking

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 37:39 Very Popular


Weight loss isn't a typical topic here on Wellness While Walking. Perhaps you've heard the advice to “eat less, move more,” in order to shed unwanted pounds. Even if that worked for all (hint: it doesn't), not having laid the proper foundation first dooms it from the start. Let's dive in a bit today, to find out what other ingredients are key if we're hoping to lose the still-present Quarantine 15, or simply take the next step on our health journey. And speaking of journeys, please welcome show listener and newly-minted health coach, Janet Hunter – you'll want to hear about Janet's health journey for sure!   LET'S TALK THE WALK! Wellness While Walking Facebook page Wellness While Walking on Instagram Wellness While Walking on Twitter Wellness While Walking website for show notes and other information Coach Carolyn on Clubhouse: @stepstowellness wellnesswhilewalking@gmail.com   RESOURCES AND SOURCES (some links may be affiliate links)   PANDEMIC WEIGHT GAIN & WEIGHT LOSS   Wellness While Walking Episode 73: Gut Health is Crucial… Wellness While Walking Episode 74: Doc Koz Pt 2: The Gut is the Heart of the Matter Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, Carol Dweck, PhD Metabolical, Robert Lustig, MD Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself, Kristin Neff, PhD Nearly Half of Americans Gained Weight in Pandemic's First Year, webmd.com What to Do When the Quarantine 15 Remains: How to Address Pandemic Weight Gain, yalemedicine.org *Note: Use waist-to-hip ratio, not BMI calculations Prevent Getting Sick, cdc.gov Never Binge Again, psychologytoday.com JANET HUNTER, LISTENER AND HEALTH COACH Janet Hunter Wellness on Instagram   HOW TO RATE AND REVIEW WELLNESS WHILE WALKING How to Leave a Review on Apple Podcasts on Your iOS Device Open Apple Podcast App (purple app icon that says Podcasts). Go to the icons at the bottom of the screen and choose “search” Search for “Wellness While Walking” Click on the SHOW, not the episode. Scroll all the way down to “Ratings and Reviews” section Click on “Write a Review” (if you don't see that option, click on “See All” first) Then you will be able to rate the show on a five-star scale (5 is highest rating) and write a review! Thank you! I so appreciate this!   How to Leave a Review on Apple Podcasts on a Computer  VisitWellness While Walking page on Apple Podcasts in your web browser (search for Apple Podcasts or click here)  https://www.apple.com/apple-podcasts/ Click on “Listen on Apple Podcasts” or “Open the App” This will open Apple Podcasts and put in search bar at top left “Wellness While Walking” This should bring you to the show, not a particular episode – click on the show's artwork Scroll down until you see “Rating and Reviews” Click on “See All” all the way to the right, near the Ratings and Review Section and its bar chart To leave a written review, please click on “Write a Review” You'll be able to leave a review, along with a title for it, plus you'll be able to rate the show on the 5-star scale (with 5 being the highest rating) Thank you so very much!! OTHER APPS WHERE REVIEWS ARE POSSIBLE Spotify Castbox Podcast Addict Podchaser Podbean Overcast (if you star certain episodes, or every one, that will help others find the show)  Goodpods         HOW TO SHARE WELLNESS WHILE WALKING Wellness While Walking on Apple  Wellness While Walking on Spotify Link for any podcast app: pod.link/walking Wellness While Walking website Or screenshot a favorite episode playing on your phone and share to social media or to a friend via text or email! Thanks for sharing! : )       DISCLAIMER Neither I nor many of my podcast guests are doctors or healthcare professionals of any kind, and nothing on this podcast or associated content should be considered medical advice. The information provided by Wellness While Walking Podcast and associated material, by Whole Life Workshop and by Bermuda Road Wellness LLC is for informational and entertainment purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment, and before undertaking a new health care regimen, including walking.     Thanks for listening to Wellness While Walking, a walking podcast and a "best podcast for walking"!    

Beyond Influential
#182 Hypnosis 101: What It Really Is, What It Can Do For You & How to Use It Yourself with Dr. David Spiegel

Beyond Influential

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 81:45


Have you ever been hypnotized? When you hear the word hypnosis, I'm willing to bet the first thing you think of is those stage performances where an audience member is instructed to do something ridiculous. But in reality, hypnosis is so much more than that, and it can truly benefit you in many ways. Whether you want to stress less, sleep better, manage pain, lose weight, overcome fears, or improve professional performance, hypnosis can help you do it. This week's Beyond Influential guest, Dr. David Spiegel is the expert when it comes to clinical hypnosis, and his mission is to help destigmatize hypnosis and show you how you can use the power of your own mind to heal and achieve. I wanted to have Dr. Spiegel on because this isn't pseudoscience; what we discuss today is backed by decades of scientific research and clinical experience. Dr. Spiegel has a laundry list of accomplishments and accolades, including degrees from Yale and Harvard Medical School. He is currently serving as Willson Professor and Associate Chair of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Director of the Center on Stress and Health, and Medical Director of the Center for Integrative Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine, where he has been a member of the academic faculty since 1975. Dr. Spiegel has more than 40 years of clinical and research experience studying psycho-oncology, stress and health, pain control, sleep, hypnosis, and more. He has published thirteen books, over 400 scientific journal articles, and contributed over 170 book chapters on hypnosis, psychosocial oncology, stress physiology, trauma, and psychotherapy. His research has been supported by the National Institute of Mental Health, the National Cancer Institute, the National Institute on Aging, and several other organizations. He is Past President of the American College of Psychiatrists and the Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. He was also invited to speak on hypnosis at the World Economic Forum in Davos in 2018.  On top of all of this, Dr. Spiegel is also the Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer at Reveri, which is an app designed to help you learn and use the proven techniques of self-hypnosis to experience the benefits of hypnosis quickly and conveniently.  On Ep. 182, we cover: Hypnosis: What it is & how it works Benefits of Hypnosis: How it can help with everything from reducing stress, anxiety, and depression to overcoming addiction, trauma, and phobias, to pain management, weight loss, better sleep, and improved focus Clinical vs. Stage Hypnosis: What's the difference? Can you be hypnotized? How to tell if you're hypnotizable Hypnosis vs. meditation: Similarities and differences Induction techniques and best practices for self-hypnosis Reveri: building the app, and the future of hypnosis Book Recommendation Trance and Treatment: Clinical Uses of Hypnosis by Herbert Spiegel, MD and David Spiegel, MD https://amzn.to/3JjA0es App I've been loving! I want to share a breathwork app that I've been loving that I think you'll really love too. It's called Othership, and it's really helped me better manage stress and anxiety, and improve my sleep, focus, and mindfulness.  Othership usually offers a 7-day free trial, but with my link, you can get 14-days for free! https://www.brittanykrystle.com/othership Free Resource! Get my 3 favorite FREE self-compassion guided meditations for entrepreneurs from Dr. Kristin Neff here! https://www.brittanykrystle.com/meditations Try Reveri and experience self-hypnosis for yourself! https://www.reveri.com/ Want to Support the Podcast for free? Leaving a rating goes a long way and allows me to continue putting out quality content! You can leave one on Apple (https://apple.co/3GWz0vq) or Spotify (https://spoti.fi/3Mrnppp)! Take a screenshot while listening to the episode and share it in your Instagram Stories—and make sure to tag me @brittanykrystle!   To connect with Dr. Spiegel: Website: https://med.stanford.edu/profiles/david-spiegel Stanford Center on Stress and Health: https://med.stanford.edu/stresshealthcenter.html   Reveri: https://www.reveri.com/     To connect with me, Brittany Krystle: Website: https://www.brittanykrystle.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brittanykrystle/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/brittanykrystle/   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brittanykrystle/   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brittanykrystlexoxo/   Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/brittanykrystle/   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1f0uI6wzWqp58n7fk-7-1g   Don't want to miss an episode (or valuable free resources!)? Get on my list here: https://www.brittanykrystle.com/subscribe   *Disclosure: These show notes may contain affiliate links. If you choose to purchase through them, I may earn a commission which helps me continue to create this content (at no extra cost to you). Thank you so much for your support.

PRIMERO YO
#92. Necesitas autocompasión, pero ¿sabes lo que es?

PRIMERO YO

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 25:48


La compasión, la tenemos mejor entendida que la autocompasión. Y como solemos decir, es mejor aprender a dárselo primero a un@ para sabérselo dar a los demás.Además, en este episodio de Primero Yo, hablamos del trabajo de Kristin Neff sobre la compasión Yin y la Yan. ¡Quédate hasta el final para entenderlo mejor!Apoya este Podcast, haciendo una donación (cómprame un café ☕️): https://www.buymeacoffee.com/primeroyolifeÚnete a la comunidad de aguacatitos:Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/primeroyo.life/?hl=esYoutube:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MC8x_SdMTL4&ab_channel=PrimeroYoMi web:www.primeroyo.life

New Day
How to Support a Grieving Child

New Day

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 9:28


Are you looking for guidance as you try and comfort a child who is grieving? Claire gives you some tips on developmentally-appropriate ways to help a grieving child. Plus, she answers a question from a listener who is struggling to forgive herself for her affair.   Check out these resources mentioned in this episode:  Claire's grief resources Dr. Kristin Neff's episode of New Day The State of Affairs by Esther Perel Do you have something you want Claire's help with? Send her a question to be featured on an upcoming episode by emailing us at newday@lemonadamedia.com or submitting one at www.bit.ly/newdayask.   Want to connect? Join the New Day Facebook Group!  https://www.facebook.com/groups/newdaypod   Click this link for a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this show and all Lemonada shows go to lemonadamedia.com/sponsors.   To follow along with a transcript and/or take notes for friends and family, go to lemonadamedia.com/show/newday/ shortly after the air date.   Follow Claire on IG and FB @clairebidwellsmith or Twitter @clairebidwell and visit her website: www.clairebidwellsmith.com.   Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia.    Joining Lemonada Premium is a great way to support our show and get bonus content. Subscribe today at bit.ly/lemonadapremium.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The V Hive
129. Listener Q+A with Nicole Sachs, A Mind-Body Psychotherapist

The V Hive

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 62:06


I am so excited to have Nicole Sachs back on the podcast this week to answer all of your mind-body healing related questions! Some of the questions she answers include what TMS and mind body medicine is, how personality type plays a role in TMS symptoms, how mind body medicine works to heal pelvic pain conditions, if Endometriosis pain can be resolved through mind body work, the importance of setting boundaries, acceptance and self compassion, the role that conditioned responses play in chronic pain, long covid symptoms & TMS and so much more!!! Contact Nicole: website - https://www.thecureforchronicpain.com (www.thecureforchronicpain.com) instagram -https://www.instagram.com/nicolesachslcsw/ (@thecureforchronicpain) podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cure-for-chronic-pain-with-nicole-sachs-lcsw/id1439580309 (The Cure For Chronic Pain) Resources: https://self-compassion.org (Dr. Kristin Neff, Self compassion work) https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/a-healing-story-mind-body-medicine-saved-my-life/id1379107302?i=1000479440886 (A Healing Story - "Mind-Body Medicine Saved My Life" with Kitty Pert on The V Hive) https://podcasts.apple.com/fr/podcast/76-how-i-healed-my-interstitial-cystitis/id1379107302?i=1000474488034 (A Healing Story - "How I Healed My Interstitial Cystitis" with Whitney Rydman) 1st episode with Nicole on The V Hive: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/49-the-cure-for-chronic-pain-with-nicole-sachs-lcsw/id1379107302?i=1000449417161 (49. The Cure for Chronic Pain with Nicole Sachs, LCSW) ________ Follow The V Hive: INSTAGRAM - @thevhive TWITTER - https://twitter.com/thevhive_?lang=en (@thevhive_) FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/thevhivemedia/ (@thevhivemedia) WEBSITE - www.thevhive.com

Chasing Brighter Podcast
Book Club: Self Compassion

Chasing Brighter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 38:39


Our July Book Club book is Self Compassion by Dr. Kristin Neff.  Kelly and Jessica are joined by Jessica's 14 year old daughter, Gabriella.  The three explore their own journeys of self-judgement through the lens of this powerful read.  

Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction
Donald Rothberg: A Guided Meditation Cultivating Equanimity and Compassion

Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 37:48


(Spirit Rock Meditation Center) After basic instructions in (1) settling and stabilizing attention, and (2) practicing mindfulness, there is 5-minute period of settling and stabilizing. Then there are several practice suggestions for cultivating equanimity, especially by noticing and exploring reactivity and any appearances of the "Eight Worldly Winds." After another 10 minutes or so, there is also guidance in two main ways of developing compassion, through opening in mindfulness to what is difficult or painful, and through a three-step self-compassion practice from Kristin Neff.

Spirit Rock Meditation Center: dharma talks and meditation instruction
Donald Rothberg: A Guided Meditation Cultivating Equanimity and Compassion

Spirit Rock Meditation Center: dharma talks and meditation instruction

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 37:48


(Spirit Rock Meditation Center) After basic instructions in (1) settling and stabilizing attention, and (2) practicing mindfulness, there is 5-minute period of settling and stabilizing. Then there are several practice suggestions for cultivating equanimity, especially by noticing and exploring reactivity and any appearances of the "Eight Worldly Winds." After another 10 minutes or so, there is also guidance in two main ways of developing compassion, through opening in mindfulness to what is difficult or painful, and through a three-step self-compassion practice from Kristin Neff.

Dharma Seed - dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction
Donald Rothberg: A Guided Meditation Cultivating Equanimity and Compassion

Dharma Seed - dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 37:48


(Spirit Rock Meditation Center) After basic instructions in (1) settling and stabilizing attention, and (2) practicing mindfulness, there is 5-minute period of settling and stabilizing. Then there are several practice suggestions for cultivating equanimity, especially by noticing and exploring reactivity and any appearances of the "Eight Worldly Winds." After another 10 minutes or so, there is also guidance in two main ways of developing compassion, through opening in mindfulness to what is difficult or painful, and through a three-step self-compassion practice from Kristin Neff.

Life Time Talks
S5 E14: Why Self-Compassion is a Learnable Skill — and One We ALL Need With Kristin Neff, PhD

Life Time Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 42:31


Self-compassion is a powerful tool for improving our own well-being and our relationships — yet cultural blocks often dissuade us from practicing this skill. In this episode, Kristin Neff, PhD, shares what self-compassion is, the strong, positive ways it can affect us (and others), and how we can start cultivating more of it in our daily lives.   Find the episode highlights, get related resources and view the transcript for this episode at https://experiencelife.lifetime.life/podcast/why-self-compassion-is-a-learnable-skill-and-one-we-all-need/    Have thoughts you'd like to share or topic ideas for future episodes? Email us at lttalks@lt.life — we'd love to hear from you!   Follow us on Instagram: @lifetime.life   The information in this podcast is intended to provide broad understanding and knowledge of healthcare topics. This information is for educational purposes only and should not be considered complete and should not be used in place of advice from your physician or healthcare provider. We recommend you consult your physician or healthcare professional before beginning or altering your personal exercise, diet or supplementation program. 

The Thriving Mum Podcast
TTMP 91: Cultivating the Skill of Self-Compassion

The Thriving Mum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 17:00


Do you tend to be hard on yourself whenever you make mistakes? If you're like most women, chances are you've learned that the best way to become a better, perhaps different version of yourself is to go all in with willpower and self-control. But this is one way that you're making life harder than it needs to be; and in this episode, I'm going to share the power of self-compassion, the difference between real and pseudo-self compassion, and how cultivating the skill of self-compassion makes it easier to live your life and meet your goals.Mentioned in this Episode:TTMP 52 Emotional Self-Care and How to Deal with Too Many Feelings TTMP 69 Allowing Negative EmotionsFood Freedom Guide to learn practical steps to let go of dieting, stop obsessing about food and eat in a way that you enjoy. https://www.oliveandbliss.ca/foodfreedomLearn more about working with me at https://www.oliveandbliss.ca/coachingDr. Kristin Neff's website: https://self-compassion.org/

The Empowering Working Moms Podcast-Real Talk with Dr. Prianca Naik
Healing Mental Exhaustion Through Self-Forgiveness

The Empowering Working Moms Podcast-Real Talk with Dr. Prianca Naik

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 15:13


        Episode #15: Healing Mental Exhaustion Through Self-Forgiveness   Is self-care the antidote to generally every difficulty, stress, and struggle? For Dr. Prianca—it's not. To be at peace with our efforts and to cultivate a healthy approach to anything we do in life, Dr. Prianca explains why self-forgiveness must be learned. She explains why self-forgiveness is a practice and how you can do it in practical applications.   What you will learn: Why Dr. Prianca is annoyed by the term self-care You need to stop name-calling yourself Prianca Naik on the importance of self-forgiveness Self-compassion is a practice Why self-approval must always come first   If you want to work with Coach Prianca Naik, MD, go to www.priancanaikmdcoaching.as.me to book a 30-minute consultation call. Follow Dr. Prianca on social media: https://www.facebook.com/prianca.naik https://www.instagram.com/stresscleansemd https://www.linkedin.com/in/prianca-naik-md-0524a196/ Join her FREE Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/646992382603860     [FULL TRANSCRIPT BELOW:]   Self-care is a major term thrown around as the antidote for so many difficulties. Al anon talks about self-care as a way to nourish one's self when near an addict recovered or active.   What I want to talk about is the self: self focus is a part of my program Now I know what you're thinking self focus?! That's selfish!!   But truly to be at peace and happy, cultivating a relationship with ourselves is critical. A part of this process is self-forgiveness.   Mnay of us grow up in homes where an A- wasn't good enough. Whatever mistakes I made were drilled into me, discussed for years after. One of my family members still brings up something I did 22 years ago! With that kind of a childhood, and maybe you can take a minute to reflect upon yours…of course I am hard on myself. So self-forgiveness is a critical part of our healing process.   Were you told what you did was good enough growing up? Or was nothing ever good enough? Did your parents forgive you for your mistakes or did they hammer you with criticism? How about you? Are you hard on yourself? Do you expect a lot from yourself and maybe even others? Are you beating yourself up? Take some time to reflect on these questions…because once we figure out where we came from, how we grew up, we can give our current selves compassion…even our past selves. Why we did what we did…even if our current self doesn't agree with past decisions.   We do things we have regrets of course…we are human. Especially our perfectionist tendencies make us even more hard on ourselves. Beating ourselves up by self-scolding and negative self-talk. One thing I will say which I practice and say to my clients as well…is to eliminate any name calling of yourself in your head. When you drop something for example don't automatically call yourself stupid…if you do, stop yourself in your tracks and practice this.   Day to day errors we must accept as a part of the human experience. As I;ve said before, remember that resistance is the cause of so much human suffering. So resisting a mistake or going over and over again in your head what went wrong only adds an extra layer of suffering. You can actually decide to accept a mistake, notice what you're feeling the vibration in your body. And take action in deciding how to move forward.   The past is useful for learning, but not dwelling. The past is useful for learning, not dwelling. We can decide to learn from the past but not ruminate. When we make intentional decisions, we take back our power and live our lives as opposed to feeling like life is living us. This is how we empower ourselves.   In worrying about what other people would think about certain aspects of our lives, we shift our focus away from ourselves and onto others. This is the easier thing to do…the easy way out. Because what we are really afraid of is our own judgement of ourselves. So can we show ourselves compassion and forgive ourselves for what we think may not have been the best behavior or decisions? We can create more inner ease and peace. We can carry on a bit lighter. We can probably sleep better.   If we wrong someone, we can ask for their forgiveness and forgive ourselves at the same time to truly create closure.   Also understanding why you are the way you are. What was your childhood like? Did your parents meet your core needs? Unconditional love, safety, etc….any traumas you may have experienced. This is something that is more in the realm of therapy but worth exploring in therapy in order to move forward with having more self-compassion and forgiveness.   I highly recommend the mindful self compassion workbook by Kristin Neff. Init she talks about embracing our imperfections in order to build the necessary resilience to thrive.   Being able to be present for others means showing self-love, compassion and forgiveness for ourselves.   We all have made mistakes. So working through the process of forgiving ourselves and past behaviors, seeing if we can meet ourselves part way. Understanding that person from 20 years ago or even 2 years ago. Where was she? What was she thinking? Why did she do what she did?   Odds are, you did the best you could given whatever you knew at the time and whomever you were.   I want you to think of one major thing that haunts you from your past. Some “failure” or shame you have. Who and go through who you were back then. Who influenced you. Why did you behave in a certain way.   For me, this is not going to an ivy league school. I was shamed and berated and called a failure throughout my 20's until I got into medical school.   This haunted me more than I realized because the teacher in a writing course I took, Molly, form the Brooklyn writers collective pointed out the recurring theme of discussing getting into wash u in st louis which isn't an ivy league school. And how I should write about it to make my peace with it.   Anything that comes up for you regularly please consider doing the aforementioned exercise   Now think of a shameful behavior or decision that you wouldn't want people to know. Something you never talk about but is in the shadows…what comes up for you when you think about this instance? what would you say to a friend who had this identical situation? Would you find a way to have compassion for them? I will guess the answer is yes. So can you allocate some of that forgiveness and compassion for yourself? Life coaching and finding your way out of exhaustion doesn't mean saying bye to all of your imperfections. It means constantly working on yourself, being aware, and doing the hard work. The other evening I was working on a very important document and I read it 4 times. I stayed up late, messing with my sleep…the first story I told myself was: I'm being a perfectionist I'm obsessing. I then acknowledged this…I was beating myself up…and changed my narrative to this is very important for x reason and that is why I am working so hard.   When it comes to mistakes, errors, missteps, remember to go easy on yourself. Practice self- compassion and forgiveness. And after we forgive ourselves, we can also reflect on lessons learned so we don't repeat the regrettable behavior.   We are always learning and growing right? We have nothing to prove…We have to love ourselves and approve of ourselves first.   Remembering that life is a process, we aren't perfect inherently. We do our best. We manage a lot. We are always learning and growing. There are often new opportunities presenting themselves, we just need our eyes wide open for them. This can shift our perspective to a more open, happy peaceful one.   In her book, Self-Compassion, Kristen Neff says that “self-compassion honors the fact that all human beings are fallible, that wrong choices and feelings of regret are inevitable.”   The more we can accept this, the better off we will be.   We won't go through life w out making mistakes or even hurting people inadvertently. We will always make mistakes…we can learn to accept and make peace with this.

Best of Ourselves Podcast
BOO339 – Encore – Fierce Self Compassion

Best of Ourselves Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 4:59


Self compassion is a powerful form of self-care. It enhances our ability to be resilient and learn.  Kristin Neff has expanded the definition of self compassion to include both nurturing and fierce self compassion. Resources Kristin Neff's website with resources and information The post BOO339 – Encore – Fierce Self Compassion appeared first on Marcia Hyatt.

Podemos vivir esta historia
T5. E39. Podemos vivir esta historia. La autocompasión

Podemos vivir esta historia

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 45:17


La autocompasión es quizás una de las herramientas de vidas más importantes que existen. No se trata de lástima, auto indulgencia o victimismo sino de ser amables con nosotras mismas cuando nos equivocamos o sufrimos. Consiste en tratarnos como lo haríamos con una buena amiga. Es un concepto tomado del budismo y desarrollado por la investigadora estadounidense Kristin Neff y contiene tres elementos principales: 1. Auto amabilidad: tratarnos con afecto. 2. Humanidad compartida: todos los seres humanos sentimos dolor. 3. Consciencia plena o mindfulness para identificar lo que experimentamos en el momento presente. Este es quizás uno de los episodios más didácticos del podcast en el que Dani y Carla además de describir su experiencia ofrecen múltiples recursos y hasta un ejercicio concreto para practicar la autocompasión. Libros “The mindful Self-Compassion Workbook”, Kristin Neff y Christopher Garmer "Creía que solo me pasaba a mi (pero no es así) Brené Brown “El síndrome de la impostora”, Elisabeth Cadoche y Anne de Montarlot “Comunicación no violenta”, Marshall B. Rosenberg Música “Fix you”, Coldplay. Otras referencias Concepto de autocompasión consciente, desarrollado por Kristin Neff y Christopher Germer Ensayo Elia Roca The Center for Mindful Self-Compassion https://centerformsc.org/. En español www.mindfulnessyautompasion.com Test de autocompasión https://www.mindfulnessyautocompasion.com/test-autocompasion Cursos de autocompasión en español https://www.mindfulnessyautocompasion.com/cursos-msc Cursos de autocompasión en inglés https://centerformsc.org/course-teachers-list/ Insight Timer App Charla TED: The Space Between Self-Esteem and Self Compassion: Kristin Neff at TEDxCentennialParkWomen https://youtu.be/IvtZBUSplr4 Charla de Kristin Neff para Google Talk https://youtu.be/y0gtnOXAp-U Canal de Youtube de Kristin Neff

Back From The Borderline | BPD (EUPD) Recovery Podcast
Reflections on relationships, social media detoxes, and, feeling toxic AF

Back From The Borderline | BPD (EUPD) Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 73:35


This episode gives big sitting-down-for-coffee-with-your-big-sister-for-a-heart-to-heart energy. Together, we'll discuss social media and its impact on BPD symptoms, discussing BPD with your family, how to heal after rushing into new relationships too quickly, and the inevitable post-honeymoon phase crash.​​

Beyond Influential
#180 Halfway Through 2022: Beyond Influential Interview Highlights

Beyond Influential

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 72:16


This week's show is a special highlights episode where I've gone through the latest interviews and pulled out the must-listen clips and moments from conversations you might have missed or will want to revisit. This is an easy way to see if a particular guest or topic sparks your interest, and if you like what you hear, you can check out the full episodes, which are all linked below. You can also check out the shownotes for each episode for more info about the guest, how to connect with them, their book recommendations and more! #173 Self-Compassion for Business Success as an Entrepreneur with Dr. Kristin Neff (00:01:42) https://brittanykrystle.com/self-compassion-for-business-success-as-an-entrepreneur-with-dr-kristin-neff/ #174 What It Means to be an Adult & Live An Authentic Life with Julie Lythcott-Haims (00:013:47) https://brittanykrystle.com/what-it-means-to-be-an-adult-live-an-authentic-life-with-julie-lythcott-haims/ #175 Should I Have Kids? How to Decide If Parenthood Is For You with Ann Davidman (00:26:09) https://brittanykrystle.com/should-i-have-kids-how-to-decide-if-parenthood-is-for-you-with-ann-davidman #176 How to Start Biohacking & Optimizing Your Health with Dr. Molly Maloof (+ Free Checklist) (00:38:29) https://brittanykrystle.com/how-to-start-biohacking-optimizing-your-health-with-dr-molly-maloof/ #177 How to Transform Your Money Mindset & Rewire Your Brain for Wealth with Barbara Huson (00:48:39) https://brittanykrystle.com/how-to-transform-your-money-mindset-rewire-your-brain-for-wealth-with-barbara-huson/ #178 Becoming a Content Creator: The Value of Experience & Pushing Through Fear With Ehlie Luna Pt. 1 (00:56:21) https://brittanykrystle.com/becoming-a-content-creator-the-value-of-experience-pushing-through-fear-with-ehlie-luna-pt-1/ #179 Life as a Content Creator: The Business, Burnout, & Work-Life Harmony With Ehlie Luna Pt. 2 (00:56:21) https://brittanykrystle.com/life-as-a-content-creator-the-business-burnout-work-life-harmony-with-ehlie-luna-pt-2/ Free Resources Get my 3 favorite FREE self-compassion guided meditations for entrepreneurs from Dr. Kristin Neff here! https://www.brittanykrystle.com/meditations Get your FREE Optimize Your Health Checklist here: https://www.brittanykrystle.com/optimize Want to Support the Podcast for free? Leaving a rating goes a long way and allows me to continue putting out quality content! You can leave one on Apple (https://apple.co/3GWz0vq) or Spotify (https://spoti.fi/3Mrnppp)! Take a screenshot while listening to the episode and share it in your Instagram Stories—and make sure to tag me @brittanykrystle!     To connect with me, Brittany Krystle: Website: https://www.brittanykrystle.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brittanykrystle/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/brittanykrystle/   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brittanykrystle/   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brittanykrystlexoxo/   Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/brittanykrystle/   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1f0uI6wzWqp58n7fk-7-1g   Don't want to miss an episode (or valuable free resources!)? Get on my list here: https://www.brittanykrystle.com/subscribe  

Depression Detox
326 | Dr. Kristen Neff: "How Do You Relate To Yourself When Things Are Difficult?"

Depression Detox

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 18:42


Dr. Kristen Neff shares the benefits and the most common misconceptions in her groundbreaking work.   Source: STOP CHASING SELF-ESTEEM & JUST BE SELF-COMPASSIONATE with Kristin Neff at Happiness & Its Causes 18   Connect with Dr. Kristin Neff:    Website: https://self-compassion.org   Twitter: Dr Kristin Neff    Book: Fierce Self-Compassion: How Women Can Harness Kindness to Speak Up, Claim Their Power, and Thrive   Previous Episodes:   080 | Dr. Kristen Neff: "We Are Often Our Own Worst Enemy." Dec 02, 2020   Hosted by Malikee Josephs (Pronounced Muh leek Jo seffs)   Contact me: mj@depressiondetoxshow   Follow The Show On Instagram @DepressionDetoxShow.

Beyond Influential
#179 Life as a Content Creator: The Business, Burnout, & Work-Life Harmony With Ehlie Luna Pt. 2

Beyond Influential

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 61:35


Ehlie Luna is a Brooklyn-based, Haitian-American pro makeup artist, creative, and content creator specializing in the beauty space. She served as the key MUA with the New York City Ballet, where she blended theater and fashion by working with designers like Humberto of Opening Ceremony, Valentino, and Stella McCartney. Her creative work has also been featured in commercials and ads for Broadway, and for brands like Kiss, Daily Paper and Facebook. As a content creator, she's worked with brands like MAC Cosmetics, Pattern Beauty, Uoma Beauty, Beautyblender, Macy's and more. If you don't know Ehlie, you will. She truly is a content creator's content creator. Not only is her work stunning, but she really puts her unique spin on everything she puts out, whether it's beauty tips, behind-the-scenes details of content creation, or anything else you might want to know as a creator. This is a two-parter because the conversation was just so good. If you missed Part 1, you can find the link below!  On Ep. 179, we cover: How Ehlie knew it was “the time” to leave her job and go all in on content creation The importance of a personal brand: Why, when, and how she started taking content seriously Her hybrid approach to content creation: How she created a sustainable process and workflow  The business of content creation, brand partnerships, & what you don't learn in more “traditional” roles The pitfalls of being a content creator: The pressures and struggles that people don't see  How burnout can help you identify what's not working, creating work-life harmony (not balance!) & more! And if you missed it, you can find Part 1 of this conversation right here: https://brittanykrystle.com/becoming-a-content-creator-the-value-of-experience-pushing-through-fear-with-ehlie-luna-pt-1/ Recommended Books Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals by Oliver Burkeman https://amzn.to/3aLcA4j Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol S. Dweck, Ph.D. https://amzn.to/3MnBqnV Other Recommendations Watch Two Things You Can Do To Stop Ruminating by psychiatrist and mental health educator, Dr. Tracey Marks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NAT9pFN2GqU Thupten Phuntsok's program Home: Find him on Instagram or his website for Buddhist philosophy and meditation https://www.instagram.com/_phuntsok/ https://www.thuptenphuntsok.com/ Free Resources Get my 3 favorite FREE self-compassion guided meditations for entrepreneurs from Dr. Kristin Neff here! https://www.brittanykrystle.com/meditations Grab these 11 Journal Prompts​ to Uplevel Your Brand & Business! https://www.brittanykrystle.com/journalprompts Want to Support the Podcast for free? Leaving a rating goes a long way and allows me to continue putting out quality content! You can leave one on Apple (https://apple.co/3GWz0vq) or Spotify (https://spoti.fi/3Mrnppp)! Take a screenshot while listening to the episode and share it in your Instagram Stories—and make sure to tag me @brittanykrystle!   To connect with Ehlie: Website: https://www.ehlieluna.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ehlieluna   TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@ehlieluna   Twitter: https://twitter.com/ehlieluna Check out Ehlie's music on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3zm5iyj Watch Ehlie's TEDx talk, Quitting is Good: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H3bbBdDVa7I     To connect with me, Brittany Krystle: Website: https://www.brittanykrystle.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brittanykrystle/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/brittanykrystle/   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brittanykrystle/   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brittanykrystlexoxo/   Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/brittanykrystle/   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1f0uI6wzWqp58n7fk-7-1g   Don't want to miss an episode (or valuable free resources!)? Get on my list here: https://www.brittanykrystle.com/subscribe   *Disclosure: These show notes may contain affiliate links. If you choose to purchase through them, I may earn a commission which helps me continue to create this content (at no extra cost to you). Thank you so much for your support.

J House Podcast
Self Compassion | Dr. Kristin Neff

J House Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 33:27


Learn more about Dr. Kristin Neff at https://self-compassion.org/ Leave a review or listen to our podcast at the following platforms: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/j-house-podcast/id1513638805 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6NwNzAGuTosuA860u2LbuQ?si=n1pusi_VQIilFVOwkJFltg Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkLnBvZGJlYW4uY29tL2pob3VzZXBvZGNhc3QvZmVlZC54bWw&ved=2ahUKEwjJ84OJienpAhVdRTABHXYOCkwQ4aUDegQIARAC&hl=en-PR Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/j-house-podcast  

Food, We Need To Talk
Be Kind...Even To Yourself

Food, We Need To Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 28:06 Very Popular


We all have that little voice inside our heads—you know the one: calling you names, criticizing everything you do, just in general being a negative Nancy. Although we may think "tough love" will get us to our goals faster, it turns out it may actually backfire and make it harder to be successful. On this episode, we talk to Dr. Kristin Neff all about the science of self-compassion, and how practicing it may actually help us stick to our goals and live happier, healthier lives. You can find all our shownotes on our website.