Sep 20, 2022
One of the most critical self-care practices you can do is to forgive others—especially when that rage, anger or resentment threatens your peace of mind. Suzanne shares a powerful story about how she came to finally let go of devastating anger and forgive someone who wronged her.
In this episode, I begin by sharing an essay I wrote called Discovering a New Self-Care Comfort Zone. Because it occurred to me the other day that we have certain set points, or comfort zones, where our self-care practices and behaviors live. If you find yourself unable to push past those old, comfortable ‘discomfort zones’… this one is for you.
I follow with my own thoughts on forgiveness. It’s a tricky topic, right? So often forgiving someone is the last thing we want to do. And yet. This really IS the way back to having a peaceful, free and happy life. I tell the story here of forgiving someone who I felt did me wrong … and what I learned in the process.
We end this show with a healing meditation that will help you find a new sense of protection for your life.
You’ll also learn:
Four Free Self-Care Assessment tools just for you!
Discovering a New Self-Care Comfort Zone
Thanks for listening!
ABOUT SUZANNE FALTER
Suzanne Falter hosts the Self-Care for Extremely Busy Women podcast where she brings better self-care to thousands of busy people each week in 98 countries around the globe. She also keynotes and leads corporate workshops and online programs on self-care. She is the author of The Extremely Busy Woman’s Guide to Self-Care (Sourcebooks.)