Spirituality & Health Magazine

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By:
Anneli Rufus
One of the most tragically classic aspects of low self-esteem is that it makes us blame ourselves for things that aren't our fault.
By:
Anneli Rufus
One of the most crushing and crippling side effects of low self-esteem is the sense of helplessness with which it saddles us.
By:
Anneli Rufus
What if, upon being praised, we could set aside our seemingly overpowering urge to deflect, reject, conflict, contradict, resist, react and attack?
By:
Anneli Rufus
Empathy is a skill we can learn—and can make us feel better about others and ourselves.

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