Do you ever feel like you aren’t good enough? Do you ever experience feelings of self-doubt?

If those thoughts or feelings ever cross your mind, you are not alone. We all experience self-doubt from time to time. 

But you know what? Those feelings can be challenged! You can treat yourself with compassion and kindness! Here are a few activities that can help get you started! 

Take A Social Media Break

Social media is a great way to connect with others- but ideally should be used in moderation.

It’s so easy to get stuck in a comparison trap based on others’ accounts.

We are so much more than the number of followers we have on social media. 

We are so much more than the photos we take and post online. Taking healthy breaks from social media can give us the opportunity to focus on our well-being and live each day mindfully. 

Embrace Compliments 

Do you ever have a hard time accepting compliments?

Compliments are a beautiful thing! 

Compliments can help remind us just how special and talented we are. Truly accepting compliments can help change the way we see ourselves in a positive way. 

Embrace Journaling 

Journaling is a great tool that can help us better understand our feelings.

When we have so much going on, our thoughts can often get jumbled up in our minds – which can make them much harder to work through.

Setting aside 5 minutes a day to jot down what’s going on can help us see our feelings in a new light. 

Are You Depressed or Struggling with Low Self-Esteem?

Feeling discouraged, down, or irritable? Life doesn’t have to feel this bad. At Palo Alto Therapy, we specialize in helping you get out of depression and regain your peace of mind. Get the Right Help to Feel Better! 

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy For Depression

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is highly recognized across the psychological community for its proven effectiveness in treating depression (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, A therapy that works). 

CBT can substantially improve your mood and your outlook on life – clinical trials have clearly shown this. Cognitive Therapy tends to be shorter than other approaches. When used with our personable, caring, and down-to-earth approach, it can produce amazing rewards that changes lives.

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