Interviews and Media
Science shows that self-compassion isn’t about letting yourself off the hook — in fact, it’s the opposite.
Part 1: The Power of Self-Compassion
In this wide-ranging discussion, Chris and Amir explore the edges and essence of self-compassion. Here, Chris talks about how to best answer the question, “what do I need?” and he guides readers through the MSC Self-Compassion Break.
Part 2: The Power of Self-Compassion
As their discussion continues, Chris and Amir explore how our cultural influences affect our ability to have compassion for ourselves, and why it’s important that we see through our conditioning and begin to treat ourselves as kindly as we treat our most cherished friends.
An Interview with Kristin Neff and Chris Germer about Mindful Self-Compassion,
HAPPINEZ International magazine, Issue 18, December 2019
Treating yourself with a little kindness. How hard can it be? Harder than we think. Still, it’s just about the most important thing we can do. That’s the message from professor and self- compassion researcher Kristin Neff and psychotherapist Christopher Germer, co-developers of a program for strengthening this crucial skill.
FLOW International Biography
Learning to be self-compassionate helped clinical psychologist, lecturere and author Christopher Germer overcome anxious thoughts. We talk to him about his past, present and future.