How self-compassionate are you? Does it even matter?
Often individuals with a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder are self-critical. Their lives might be full of self-hatred that manifests through self-sabotaging acts, addiction, depression, a lack of motivation, or self-harming behaviors.
Scientific research, however, gives us a lot of reasons to increase our self-compassion. Individuals who experience greater self-compassion are more likely to have a better quality of life, enjoy more meaningful relationships, experience less shame, and are more likely to have a sense of self-efficacy—a belief that we can successfully set and achieve important goals in life.
On Saturday, April 28. 2018 at 1:00 pm Eastern/10:00 am Pacific, I'll be hosting a live one-hour webinar on the most important recent research behind self-compassion. This webinar is open to anyone interested in the topic. Family members and friends of individuals diagnosed with borderline personality disorder are welcome to join.
This special event will be recorded for those participants who will not be able to listen live.
We'll also discuss practical ways that you can start the life-changing work of implementing more self-compassion into your daily life—starting now.
The investment for this webinar is just $29 per person. Registration is now closed.
Questions? Email me today at firstname.lastname@example.org.