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Take a step back and analyze your feelings without ruminating.
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When your self-image takes a hit, reflect on what matters.
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Stop beating yourself up for flaws and mistakes.
A subtle way to induce kindness, particularly in kids.
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Show love to your children by helping them process emotions.
How a stroll outside can help build lasting happiness.
Help children understand what it means to forgive.
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Feel grateful as you reflect on all the gifts in your life.
Help kids consider offering reparations as part of their apologies.
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