What to Say When You Talk To Yourself (Ep. 5)

In this uplifting episode, Dr. Jodi emphasizes the importance of self-compassion and kindness in inner dialogue. She explores how self-talk impacts our mental well-being and overall outlook on life because our minds hear everything we say and explains how and why we judge ourselves harshly to prevent others from thinking we are unworthy of belonging.

By cultivating a mindset of kindness towards ourselves, we can enhance resilience, self-esteem, and emotional regulation. Through practical tips and personal anecdotes, Dr. Jodi guides you on how to foster a more nurturing relationship with your inner voice, ultimately leading to greater self-acceptance and fulfillment.

Foster a nurturing relationship with your inner voice.

Dr. Jodi discusses the hidden negative effects of self-criticism and exposes the societal pressure of perfectionism. She highlights how harsh self-judgment can contribute to stress, anxiety, and even depression. By contrast, adopting a compassionate attitude towards ourselves allows for greater forgiveness of mistakes and setbacks, fostering a growth and learning mindset, essential to feeling good.

You’ll learn HOW to give yourself compassion. Add be able to add practices to your routine for cultivating self-kindness in daily life, such as practicing mindfulness, reframing negative thoughts, and treating oneself with the same care and understanding as one would a close friend. Transform your inner dialogue from one of self-criticism to one of kindness and self-love, ultimately leading to a more fulfilling and balanced life.

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