42 min

Stress Relief through Self-acceptance with Jane Tornatore Positively Living

    • Self-Improvement

Why is it so hard to accept ourselves? Why do we struggle so hard to treat ourselves with the love and compassion that we would treat a dear friend? Finding out the challenges and figuring out how to change that is important for our wellbeing in so many ways. That’s why episode 13 of The Positively Living Podcast with Jane Tornatore is about relieving stress through self-acceptance! 
In this episode of The Positively Living Podcast, Jane Tornatore and I are sharing the importance of addressing the strange tendencies that keep us stuck and stressed and actionable steps you can take right now to start practicing gratitude and experiencing self- acceptance today. We cover the following topics:
There is power in choosing...choosing how we perceive our feelingsHow we embrace habits like gratitude to create new neural pathways in our brainThe way we speak to ourselves has more impact than we realize...words truly matterJane’s dedicated list of words she wants to ban from our languageI think we can all agree that kindness matters. And I firmly believe we need to start with being kind to ourselves first. The benefits are far-reaching, and with the right initial effort, self-acceptance can become an automatic part of your life that not only serves you but others too.
Thank you for listening! Be sure to tune in to all the episodes to receive tons of practical tips to create space for what really matters in your life
If you enjoyed this episode, take a screenshot of the episode to post in your stories and tag me!  And don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and review the podcast and tell me your key takeaways!
CONNECT WITH JANE TORNATORE:
Website - FREE eBook toward the bottom of the page
Facebook
Instagram
LinkedIn
CONNECT WITH LISA ZAWROTNY:
Facebook
Instagram
Resources
Work with Lisa! 
LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:
Trailer - Positively Living Podcast
Episode 4 (Gratitude) - Positively Living Podcast
Episode 7 (Stress) - Positively Living Podcast


Music by Ian and Jeff Zawrotny

Why is it so hard to accept ourselves? Why do we struggle so hard to treat ourselves with the love and compassion that we would treat a dear friend? Finding out the challenges and figuring out how to change that is important for our wellbeing in so many ways. That’s why episode 13 of The Positively Living Podcast with Jane Tornatore is about relieving stress through self-acceptance! 
In this episode of The Positively Living Podcast, Jane Tornatore and I are sharing the importance of addressing the strange tendencies that keep us stuck and stressed and actionable steps you can take right now to start practicing gratitude and experiencing self- acceptance today. We cover the following topics:
There is power in choosing...choosing how we perceive our feelingsHow we embrace habits like gratitude to create new neural pathways in our brainThe way we speak to ourselves has more impact than we realize...words truly matterJane’s dedicated list of words she wants to ban from our languageI think we can all agree that kindness matters. And I firmly believe we need to start with being kind to ourselves first. The benefits are far-reaching, and with the right initial effort, self-acceptance can become an automatic part of your life that not only serves you but others too.
Thank you for listening! Be sure to tune in to all the episodes to receive tons of practical tips to create space for what really matters in your life
If you enjoyed this episode, take a screenshot of the episode to post in your stories and tag me!  And don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and review the podcast and tell me your key takeaways!
CONNECT WITH JANE TORNATORE:
Website - FREE eBook toward the bottom of the page
Facebook
Instagram
LinkedIn
CONNECT WITH LISA ZAWROTNY:
Facebook
Instagram
Resources
Work with Lisa! 
LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:
Trailer - Positively Living Podcast
Episode 4 (Gratitude) - Positively Living Podcast
Episode 7 (Stress) - Positively Living Podcast


Music by Ian and Jeff Zawrotny

42 min