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Outspoken Episode 7: Self-Compassion

It’s easy to be tough on yourself, but what if you showed yourself the same compassion you show others? Gemma, Kiara, Megan, and Nathan talk all about self-compassion. What it is, what it’s not, their personal experiences with practicing self-compassion, and how it’s connected to social change. 

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