Day Four

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Your Practices for Day Four

Day four is all about self-kindness and compassion.

  1. Continue your practices from days one through three.

  2. Practice adding self-kindness and compassion whenever you can - especially in moments of suffering or struggle.


When you feel overwhelmed, don’t get discouraged. Return to the moment, relax and breathe.


That’s it 👍

Today's Mantra: I choose to express kindness and compassion to myself, today and every day - because I deserve it.

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Day's End Journal Prompts


Take a few minutes to reflect on your day and consider or journal about the following:

  • Were you able to remember some of your practices from the first few days?

  • How often were you able to stop and extend yourself some kindness or compassion?

  • Celebrate your successes, no matter how small, and build on them tomorrow!

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NOTE: While counselors or therapists often use CBT to deal with mental illness or a patient’s mental/emotional conditions and/or processing trauma, MBCT & cognitive eating does not. My roll as a coach, in its most simple form, is to encourage, coach and/or act as a facilitator of a client’s self-reflection, decision making, planning for the future, and creating life changes. As an MBCT & cognitive eating coach, I am obligated to refer clients in need of mental or physical health therapy to an appropriate licensed professional.  

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