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ICYMI - Ask a Therapist Webinar: Life challenges and dealing with mistakes

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In October, as part of our “Ask a Therapist” webinar series, we talked about life challenges and dealing with mistakes.

Mistakes are crucial for personal development and growth. But what happens when you start to beat yourself up for making mistakes? Negative self-talk is one of the underlying reasons for destructive thought patterns and declining self-esteem. Listen to this talk to learn about how to achieve self-acceptance and gain a positive outlook on life through a realistic lens, rather than toxic positivity.

If you missed it, you can watch the webinar recording on-demand below to hear our expert's answers around: 

  1. How to improve negative self-talk
  2. How to build your self-esteem
  3. Understanding the journey towards self-acceptance
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As part of our Ask a Therapist series, we'll be hosting a monthly webinar on a given theme where you can ask our experts about whatever's on your mind around our topic. If you have any questions you'd like answered by our therapists, share them at community@mindbeacon.com

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