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Self-Comforting Behavior: Supporting Yourself In Difficult Times


  Do you treat yourself well? Do you give yourself comfort in the same way that you offer it to others? In reality, many of us fail in these areas. Furthermore, according to science, not having a solvent and effective learning in self-comforting behaviors increases the risk of anxiety disorders or depression. As a rule, people tend more toward self-criticism than self-compassion. We do it because our upbringing and the rigid canons of our society urge us toward self-perfection and infallibility. We strive not to make mistakes, to be highly effective and competitive, and to be the best workers, the…

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