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3 Simple Steps To Embrace Your Inner Critic

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3 Simple Steps To Embrace Your Inner Critic
Free yourself from inner conflict by learning to gently engage your self doubt, fear, and criticism.

It’s not our job to be a drill sergeant or to create barriers to separate ourselves from any of our parts; these approaches keep us disconnected both internally and externally. It’s our job to cultivate a safe inner space where all parts of us can be heard, acknowledged, understood and accepted for their unique and valuable contributions to our wholeness. Here’s to being our own safe place to fall as we continue navigating our journeys back home to ourselves!

Follow author and licensed psychotherapist Keri Nola on Facebook and Twitter for more tips on inspired living and relating.

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