Diane Feffer


Quite often we extend compassion to a friend when that person has experienced disappointment.  

Why is it that we're harder on ourselves when we experience a negative outcome in life?  Why is it so difficult to treat ourselves with kindness and support?

Practicing self-compassion leads us down a path to be our own best friend, giving ourselves understanding and compassion when we need it the most. 

If you'd like to further explore self-compassion, please note that  Denette Mann (featured in the video) will be co-teaching an online and short Mindful Self-Compassion course which will run six consecutive Sundays, from 2 to 3:30 pm. Denette Mann is a licensed professional counselor in Dallas.  She is also a Certified Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) Teacher, and  will be joined by Author, Mary Marcdante to teach this online class. 

Your key takeaways from this short Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) course are: 

* Apply self-compassion practices to motivate yourself with encouragement rather than self-criticism 

* Be able to handle overwhelming emotions with greater ease 

* Approach difficult situations with calm, resolve and self-motivation 

* Reconnect with the values that help in finding purpose in work 

* Learn inner resilience practice that can be applied to your personal and professional life. 


Click here for more details and visit to learn more about Mindful Self-Compassion 

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