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How to BE a Friend: To Yourself, to Others, to Those Who Suffer

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How to BE a Friend: To Yourself, to Others, to Those Who Suffer
By Zen Breaks • Issue #19 • View online
Hi, let’s take a Break together? Find more calm and joy.

67. Be Your Best Friend
How to be a Friend to Yourself
How to be a Friend to Yourself
It’s shocking how easily we can lose sight of all our good points, when troubles strike.
Yet, when that happens to a friend, we are THERE to help them.
Let’s try to be HERE when we also need help?
Let’s BE kind and sympathetic to ourselves?
68. Be a True Good Friend
How to Be a Good Friend
How to Be a Good Friend
Wondering how to be a good friend or how to distinguish the best friends you have?
In this video, you find some simple ways to be one or identify them.
Great news: weakness, vulnerability, awkwardness, and potentially embarrassing things are allowed!
69. Train a Loving Attitude
How To Be More Loving
How To Be More Loving
When we see adults’ with nasty behavior, we usually don’t try to imagine why it might have occurred.
It’s easier to say they’re crazy. 
Yet, when it comes to our children’s, we are more open to finding out the reason.
In adults or children, there is a common origin: difficult behavior is usually the result of some form of pain, discomfort, hurt, or wound. 
May we remember that when we see “strange” behavior. Instead of judging, we can try to investigate the reasons.
MORE TO READ (affiliate links)
MORE TO READ (affiliate links)
How To Be Calmer (eBook series)
How To Be Calmer (eBook series)
Simple ways to reduce stress - “How To Be Calmer” - on Amazon.
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