Blog post re-share: Are You a Good Friend to Yourself? — Dr. Eric Perry, PhD

A good post by Dr. Eric Perry, PhD, “Are you a good friend to yourself?” Do click on the link at the end of this post to take you to it.

In the course of writing this blog, I have been keeping check on being kind to myself. Most of my adult life, I have spoken to myself horribly, putting myself down. I don’t think I have spoken to myself horrid before being an adult, but with things I have blocked/or forgotten, I don’t really know.

The last five years I have been much kinder to myself, to the years before, but the odd moments still creep in. If they do creep in, the nasty talk can last from a few seconds to a couple of minutes. It used to be longer than before, until putting into check.

The way I have spoken to myself, I wouldn’t speak to a friend like that.

If you are like that, then this post below will help you.

Written by Dr. Eric Perry, PhD Image Credit: Pixabay “A friend is a gift you give yourself.” ~Robert Louis Stevenson What kind of friend are you? Are you attentive, kind and compassionate or, are you neglectful, uncaring and critical? Scrolling through quotes on the internet, I was reminded of the immense value we place on […]

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