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From “hard on yourself” to “supporting yourself”

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From “hard on yourself” to “supporting yourself”

Dr. Doni Wilson, N.D. offers simple tips for making positive changes in your life – and how to break the cycle of being hard on yourself so you can start to rely on yourself. Gain support for breaking bad habits through these simple tips for breaking the cycle.

Support for breaking bad habits

By Dr. Doni Wilson

Making a change in your lifestyle can be challenging. We get into habits that are hard to break. For instance, when helping patients change their diet, they often tell me that they can be very “hard on themselves” when they eat something they know will make them feel worse.

Have you experienced the “hard on yourself” vicious cycle? As you can imagine, it doesn’t do you much good. I encourage my patients to notice the pattern… and let it go. Just like a meditation. It’s not going to go anywhere anyway, so you may as well let it go.

And once you start to let go of this negative energy, what are you going to put in its place? Support for you! Fill the negative space with whatever will give you the support you need. It could be a bath, music, a walk outside, a snuggle with your pet, watering your plants, or some yoga.

Each of us has our own way to restore and recharge. But if you have trouble finding the right method to treat yourself, here are 7 things you can do in support of YOU to break that vicious cycle of being hard on yourself:

1. Breathe Deep

Take a minute to inhale as deeply as you… CLICK HERE to learn more.

2. Drink Water Throughout the Day

We underestimate the power of water – it is so good for us.

3. Eat Fruits & Veggies

The antioxidants in fruits and veggies are our friend

4. Connect

CLICK HERE to visit Dr. Doni’s blog and get all 7 tips for supporting yourself as support for breaking bad habits.

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