#80 How To Forgive Yourself When You’re Hard On Yourself


We are changing things up a bit on the podcast! At the beginning of every month, we’re doing a short, interactive episode to answer questions for our community.

In this very first solo episode, we are speaking about forgiveness - a topic everyone can probably do a little better, especially when it comes to forgiving ourselves!

My lovely community asked me questions about this topic that I’m answering here, and they’re all about what to do when

  • You fail and “should have done better”

  • You have high expectation that you can hardly ever reach

  • You have strong negative emotions and don’t know how to deal with them

  • You’re feeling “stupid and clumsy”

  • When you’re looking for your faults when a situation has nothing to do with you

And so much more!


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