Build your capacity to hold yourself – and the world around you – with compassion.
Do you treat yourself with the same care and respect you want others to extend to you? Are you often hard on yourself? Are you sometimes your own worst enemy?
The explosion of research in the area of self-compassion shows that self-compassion practices build our resiliency to manage the challenges of our lives. Individuals who are more self-compassionate tend to have greater happiness, life satisfaction, motivation, better relationships, and physical health. Self-compassionate people have less anxiety and depression. In short, the science of self-compassion tells us that self-compassion practices help us become more grounded, fully alive, engaged humans.
In this 3-week course, you will learn about the science of self-compassion and simple practices that will promote healing and well-being. Each session includes teachings about self-compassion, opportunity for discussion, and self-compassion practices to incorporate into your way of being with yourself and with the world.
Thursdays, April 8, 15, and 22 (7:00 to 8:30 pm)
$65. #14281 Please register by April 1
Facilitator Glenda Sartore holds a master’s degree in Psychotherapy and Spirituality. She is a psychotherapist in private practice offering sessions online and in person.