Self-Compassion: You, Too, Deserve Tender Treatment with Trish Hart, MBA from Elite Learning Experiences on Vimeo.
It has been said that caring for others requires caring for oneself. Self-compassion is an essential component of self-care for nurses. Trish Hart, founder and stress management specialist for Hart Mind Body Solutions, explains how nurses can offer the same tender treatment to themselves as they do to their patients.
During this video you will learn why self-compassion is so important for travel nurses and travel healthcare workers.
What is Self-Compassion?
Self-compassion involves acting the same way towards ourselves as others when we are having a difficult time, fail or notice something we don’t like about ourselves. Instead of just ignoring our pain with a “stiff upper lip” mentality, we stop to tell ourselves, “this is really difficult right now,” and ask how can I comfort and care for myself in this moment?-Dr. Kristen Neff
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