A study in the journal Clinical Psychological Science suggests that individuals who participate in self-compassion exercises benefit physically and psychologically, with lower heart rates, boosted immune systems and higher well-being. "Our study is helping us understand the mechanism of how being kind to yourself when things go wrong could be beneficial in psychological treatments," said researcher Dr. Anke Karl.
Study evaluates benefits of self-compassion activities
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