Remember that recovery from depression is a process, and improvement might not happen right away. Throughout the procedure, practice patience and self-kindness. You may promote healing, resilience, and a new relationship with depression by proactively putting these CFT-based concrete strategies into practice. Continue reading Breaking Free from Depression: The Healing Power of CFT
Stress can present itself in a variety of ways, involving physical symptoms such as headaches, exhaustion, digestive problems, and sleep disruptions. It can also have an effect on our psychological and emotional well-being, causing impatience, anxiety, mood fluctuations, trouble with concentration, and a sensation of overload.
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Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT) takes a fresh look at social anxiety by examining it through the lenses of empathy and self-criticism. According to the CFT, social anxiety is frequently caused by an excessively judgmental and negative inner voice that drives sentiments of unworthiness, fear of judgement, and a persistent desire for acceptance from others. Continue reading From Fear to Freedom: Overcome Social Anxiety with CFT
CFT gives people the chance to heal, develop, and build healthy relationship dynamics by addressing prior traumas and attachment wounds via the prism of compassion. It promotes a sympathetic awareness of oneself and others, which makes it easier to form safe attachments and increases relationship fulfillment. Continue reading How to Overcome Relationship Struggles with CFT and Grow Together?
Table of content for this blog on Navigating Attachment History and Style with CFT Attachment: What does it mean? Attachment refers to the emotional bond that forms between individuals. It is a deep and enduring affectionate connection that provides a … Continue reading Navigating Attachment History and Style with CFT: A Guide to Growth