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Are you tired of everyone telling you not to beat yourself up? Would you love to be able to follow their advice?
You might spend a lot of time wishing things would change, but still waking up in the same old brain. You read another book, talk to another person, try another program, and still the niggles about wanting to be different stay the same. Brain change doesn’t happen fast enough, or it doesn’t happen at all.
I am here to tell you that there’s nothing wrong with you. You aren’t broken. Your brain can change.
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I’m Sarah Peyton, and I used to think that I would never get to stop being disappointed with myself. But as I have spent the last 10 years learning about the brain, and growing into warmth for myself and others with the help of resonant empathy, I have witnessed thousands of people change who thought they never could, including myself.
I want to invite you to look around the site and sign up for the Empathy-for-your-Brain ezine. I think you’ll discover that we all can find some warmth for ourselves. With this knowledge, you will find that self-kindness lets us find our sweet homes within our own minds. If you ever thought you couldn’t change and you are just stuck, I’m here to share that there is hope.
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"Working with Sarah helped me nurture and grow my own self-compassion. For the first time, it makes sense to both turn inward for comfort and reach out to others for support. - C. Baker, Vancouver, BC
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