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Building Trust And Intimacy Within Yourself

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What we covered

Welcome to our Forest session, 'Cultivating Trust and Intimacy within Yourself,' where we'll explore the crucial elements of building a stronger, more meaningful connection with yourself. Our dedicated mental health professional, Reo, is a registered counselor with a passion for trauma psychology. Her mission is to destigmatize and raise awareness about suicidology and addiction.

Understanding Trust and Intimacy

Trust and intimacy within yourself are vital for overall well-being, especially in the workplace. When you have a strong sense of trust and intimacy with yourself, it can positively impact your confidence, decision-making, and interactions with colleagues. It's about having a deep, honest relationship with your own thoughts, emotions, and actions.

Nurturing Trust and Intimacy

Self-Reflection and Awareness

Start by engaging in self-reflection and deep introspection. Consider your core values, strengths, and areas for growth. Understanding yourself on a deeper level fosters trust and intimacy.

Self-Compassion

Practice self-compassion by treating yourself with kindness, especially during challenging times. Recognize that making mistakes is part of growth, and be gentle with yourself.

Open Communication

Create a safe space for honest self-expression. Journaling or verbalizing your thoughts and feelings can help you establish open communication with yourself.

Setting Boundaries

Respect your boundaries and prioritize your needs. Learning to say no when necessary fosters a sense of trust in your own judgment.

October Resources

October provides digital group sessions, assessments, and content about mental health. Utilize these resources to gain further insights into self-development and fostering trust and intimacy within yourself.

Seeking Professional Support

While October provides educational and supportive content, it's not a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have clinical needs, please seek help from a licensed healthcare provider. Remember, it's okay to ask for help.

Join us in the Forest session, 'Cultivating Trust and Intimacy within Yourself,' where we'll provide guidance on nurturing these aspects to create a stronger, more meaningful connection with yourself. Let's embark on this journey of self-discovery and growth together.

Head over to the Live Forest now or browse more Archived Forest content in the library.

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