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The author and pioneering University of Texas psychologist explains how awareness of your own thoughts and feelings can lead you to be kinder toward yourself—and why this self-compassion brings a host of mental and physical health benefits. More about Kristin Neff.

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How Does Mindfulness Help Cultivate Self-Compassion?

October 2013 | TRT 0:21:12

Author and psychologist Kristin Neff explains how self-awareness can help us to identify and alleviate pain and distress within ourselves.

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