Tag: self-compassion

“The Man with the Hole in His Brain”


And he judged of others by himself, not believing in what he saw, and always believing that every man had his real, most interesting life under the cover of secrecy and under the cover of night.– Anton Chekov A man is standing alone and shirtless in front of his full-length bedroom mirror. He’s 38 years […]

Are you self-compassionate?


Last week, while visiting family in suburban Tennessee, I read 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do by Amy Morin. Morin’s book, one I would highly recommend, offers practical advice on how to effectively overcome setbacks and to thrive on adversity. On the last day of our trip, my son Chase developed swimmer’s ear. With […]