Compassion

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      MEG JOHN BARKER: Compassion is an idea that's becomingincreasingly important in therapy,and particularly in mindfulness-based therapies,at the moment. [Dr. Meg John Barker] Andcompassion is about a kind of kindness or caring.And it can relate to ourselves and others.So we can try and cultivate self-compassion,which is a kind of kindness towards ourselves,

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      MEG JOHN BARKER [continued]: and also compassion for others.I think an important feature of compassionis that it's not about being overwhelmed by other people'ssadness or difficulties or what's going on for them.It's about being able to be kind to themand also boundary it around ourselves so that we reallycan offer help and support and assistance

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      MEG JOHN BARKER [continued]: rather than being completely overwhelmed by something that'sgoing on for somebody else.And similarly, with ourselves, it'sabout allowing whatever feelings we have to be thereand being kind to ourselves in those feelingsrather than being completely crushed or overwhelmed by them.

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Compassion, particularly in mindulness-based therapies, is a form of caring and kindness that we can extend to both ourselves and to others.

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Compassion

Compassion, particularly in mindulness-based therapies, is a form of caring and kindness that we can extend to both ourselves and to others.

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