Compassion as a Good Plan #CompassionateSunday — 3 Comments

  1. I’ve only recently learned that acknowledging (or brainstorming) options is a healthy way to express self-compassion.

    I also think changing my paradigm – how I view a situation – is healthy as well. I try to acknowledge the other’s point of view and that in turn helps me.

  2. I like that about self-compassion, but I never really thought of exploring options as a way to express self-compassion.

    Thanks for sharing! Reading your Sunday posts has been wonderful and thought provoking.

  3. I don’t consider myself good at self compassion. But this week I remembered that ever since I went on mood stabilizers for my bipolar, my connection to God has been harder to achieve. Over the years, I became complacent about it. But complacency is not compassion. Compassion is recognizing a problem, not blaming yourself, and trying to fix it.

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