Curing Self-Judgement and Increasing Self-love! [Episode #344]
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This week’s theme is: Curing Self-Judgement and Increasing Self-love
Have you been wondering about this very topic? If you want to know the answer to this question and 3 more sent in by Beauties just like you, listen now to find out!
Do you have any tips on how to stick to a couple beers when going out verses partying all night? I was doing so well at the beginning of the year but find myself going back to my old ways and being hard on myself.
Teri – Odessa, TX
I’m struggling with cravings lately. I am trying hard to stop the instant gratification treats but food is all I think about 24/7. This leads to feeling bad about myself to the point where I think bad thoughts which causes me to eat more. Do you have any mental hacks that will help when cravings come up so I don’t beat myself up so much?
Rose – Bithlo, FL
Can you share any tips on how to stay consistent with my exercise routine? I get into a good pattern and then something always comes up after a couple of weeks and I get off track. I can’t help but feel discouraged and then self-judgement creeps in.
Debra – Price, Utah
Is it realistic to believe that we can live a life free of judgement and blame? I’ve had to work so hard not to be judgy when it comes to other people but it’s more difficult when it comes to my own life goals. When I don’t achieve my goals the negative comments in my head really take a toll and cause a complete halt. Help!
Inspirational Thought Of The Week
See the core of love in each person, where we are all connected.
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