How We Tragically Misunderstand Jesus’ Command to Deny Ourselves

I’m so pleased to welcome Jill E. McCormick to share her wisdom with us today. Jill loves to help women and moms live a grace-filled life in a try-hard world. Welcome Jill! ~   ~   ~   ~   ~ Romeo and Juliet’s love story is a tragedy because of a misunderstanding. Romeo took the fact that Juliet’s […]

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Does Being Kind to Myself Mean I Can Do Whatever I Want?

Does Being Kind to Myself = Do Whatever I Want? It’s been almost a year and a half since my book; Give Yourself a Break: Turning Your Inner Critic into a Compassionate Friend was released. It has been a joy to share with others through my blog, speaking, videos and social media how helpful and […]

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Gratitude Heals

  I’m sending you blessings as Thanksgiving is almost here in the USA. I wanted to write about how important gratitude is, especially if there are things in your life that make it hard to be grateful sometimes. I sat down to write, and I kept coming back to an amazing and encouraging post by […]

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Compassionate Friend or Inner Critic?

Compassionate Friend or Inner Critic www.kimfredrickson.com

Imagine what your life would be like if you related to yourself as a compassionate friend rather than as harsh bully. What would it be like if you were your own best friend during difficult times? What if next time you messed up, you decided to learn from it rather than beat yourself up? Honestly, […]

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Is Self-Compassion Biblical?

I’ve had the privilege of doing lots of radio interviews after the release of my book two months ago: Give Yourself a Break: Turning Your Inner Critic into a Compassionate Friend. During the course of these interviews and talking with lots of people I’ve answered lots of questions, including Is Self-Compassion Biblical? I’ve decided to […]

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