Better Eating and Living through Mindful Self-Compassion
What better way to start the new year than with a dose of self-compassion. Instead of letting the winter blues set in, find out how to warm the heart and shut out the cold.
What obstacles arise as you try to practice self-compassion? Find out how to overcome them in the latest issue of Food For Thought, a publication offered quarterly through the Center for Mindful Eating is now available. Self-Compassion: Nourishing the Heart helps you to take a compassionate approach to your relationship to food and eating.
This article will help you
a) understand how a compassionate mind influences our brains, bodies and the way you relate to yourself and others,
b) try practical suggestions for a compassionate approach to relate to heart hunger in a way that allows true nurturing of the body,
c) identify self-compassion as a key motivating factor for taking care of ourselves, including eating, and
d) learn four steps to adding self-compassion to your meals.