Tips and Advice on Compassion

“Look for a way to lift someone up. And if that’s all you do, that’s enough.”
– Elizabeth Lesser

Start by practicing self-compassion.

 Put yourself in someone else’s shoes.

Move beyond your self-referencing.

Practice kindness, without people-pleasing.

Relax your judgments.

Check in With Yourself Throughout the Day.

Journal About Times You’re Harsh on Yourself.

Comfort your body.

Transform your mindset.

Listen generously.

Heal your own trauma.

Practice presence.

Practice radical self-care.

Try the 21-Day Compassion Challenge.

Forgive yourself for your mistakes.

Find Small Ways to Be Kind to Yourself in Difficult Moments.

Take a Course.

Try a Guided Meditation.

Don’t Get Frustrated if It Doesn’t Happen Right Away

Speak (and think!) kindly about yourself.

Spend time doing things you truly enjoy.

Write a letter to yourself. 

Give yourself encouragement.

Strive to avoid judgments and assumptions.

Find common ground with others.

“True compassion means not only feeling another’s pain but also being moved to help relieve it.”
– Daniel Goleman

“Compassion will cure more sins than condemnation.”
– Henry Ward Beecher

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