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Mindful : December 2013
PRACTICE Mindfulness and Self-Compassion When you recognize you’re in a stressful moment, acknowledge the difficulty by saying, “This is hard right now.” Then ask yourself, “ What do I need?” Acknowledging and querying allow you to open up to wisdom you have within and build self-trust. Maybe you find that you want to have more patience or be free from the stress that’s hitting you in the moment. Try placing your hand on your hear t as a gesture of caring and say to yourself, “May I be at ease, have more patience, and be free from this stress.” If you want, you can take this deeper. You can imagine all of the other parents out there who have experienced this struggle and wish them the same. We’re all connected on this imper fect journey of parenting. Recognizing that helps us drop the burden of self-judgment, feel more connec ted, and open up to what really matters. → December 2013 mindful 73