In the last two lessons, we looked at some strategies for self-acceptance. Often, one reason why self-acceptance is so hard is that the most difficult person for us to forgive is usually ourselves.
Regret, shame, and guilt can prevent us from letting go of our past mistakes.
Rather than reflecting on the experience and learning from it so that we can move forward, we tend to dwell on these unfortunate times.
By refusing to forgive ourselves of our regrets, we remain trapped in the past.
The good news is that there are some simple strategies that can help you come to terms with the things that you have done in the past, learn from these missteps, and embrace a future that includes a fulfilling life.
Look below for Lesson 16 and your Stepping Stones