13 ways to practice non-compassion

  • Saying yes to things you don’t want to do.
  • Returning to relationships that have decidedly not worked out in the past.
  • Giving in because you don’t like conflict.
  • Telling people you’re OK when you’re not.
  • Making an unhealthy decision even when you know better.
  • Forcing yourself to stay awake when you need to rest.
  • Not asking for clarification when you don’t understand something.
  • Not soothing yourself when you’ve had a bad day.
  • Messing up and not forgiving yourself.
  • Not making time for things that mean a lot; music, reading, whatever your craft or personal passion may be. The ME time.
  • Refusing to treat yourself- Not buying yourself the plants/flowers, the perfume, the book, that you really want.
  • Saying mean things about yourself.
  • Overriding your intuition.

See also Why Self Compassion is More Important Than Self-Esteem.

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