How we talk to ourselves changes how we feel. Self Talk, especially negative self talk can have a huge impact on our emotions and can impact your depression or anxiety. In this episode of Therapy in a Nutshell, I interview Nick Wignall to learn more about different styles of self talk and how you can overcome rigid or negative self talk through curiosity and compassion.
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