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Kim Sciaraffa

MA, RP(Q)

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Research shows that people who practice self-compassion experience less depression, anxiety, and body dissatisfaction and increased happiness and self-confidence.
Many of us resist self-compassion – often because we may feel unworthy because of past hurts and rejections, resulting in feelings of loneliness or a sense that we do not deserve to be loved.
Therapy can help by allowing you to receive and feel deserving of the kindness and understanding that was lacking when the painful experience happened.
If you are yearning for a deeper connection and peace within yourself and the world, developing self-compassion can be a path forward. Even if this feels out of reach, therapy can help make it possible.