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The Mindful Kind, hosted by Rachael Kable, shares exciting insights into mindfulness journeys and provides listeners with simple and effective practices to incorporate into their own lives.
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Nov 25, 2021

Hello and welcome to episode 308 of The Mindful Kind podcast. 

In this episode, you'll hear about some of my experiences with Imposter Syndrome, including how it stopped me from becoming a psychologist and how it almost interfered with my dream of writing a book!

You'll also hear about some experiences from people in my community and how Imposter Syndrome impacted their lives, too.

Understanding Imposter Syndrome and how it might be affecting you can be a great step forward! So be sure to listen to the stories and ask yourself - do you see any similarities? Could you be experiencing Imposter Syndrome? 

And if you'd like to work on overcoming Imposter Syndrome even more, stay tuned for my upcoming online course, Derail Imposter Syndrome!

Head over to www.rachaelkable.com/podcast/308 to sign up for my email list. That way, you'll be the first to know when enrolment opens for Derail Imposter Syndrome:) 

Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind.

Nov 18, 2021

Hello and welcome to episode 307 of The Mindful Kind podcast. 

In this episode, you'll learn about emotional dumping and strategies to help you stop yourself from doing it too much!

I learned about the concept of emotional dumping in Dr Nicole LePera's book, How to Do The Work.

Here are the strategies I shared in the episode:

1: Ask for someone's permission before you start talking about any intense emotional experiences

2: Find a variety of ways to cope with your emotions, such as meditating, journaling, and exercising

3: Talk to different people about your emotions, rather than relying on just one person and do your best to find solutions, instead of just talking about intense emotional experiences

If you feel like other people are regularly "emotionally dumping" on you, try implementing more boundaries. You can learn about this in episodes 254, 255, and 258 of The Mindful Kind podcast. 

Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind. 

 

Nov 12, 2021

Hello and welcome to episode 306 of The Mindful Kind podcast.

In this episode, you'll learn about unmet needs and how to deal with them in compassionate ways. 

Getting our important needs met isn't always possible, which is why it can be so helpful to know how to look after ourselves well when that happens. 

Here are some simple and self-compassionate ways to deal with unmet needs:

- use self-soothing touch

- engage in kind self-talk

- make a positive plan to get your needs met in the future

- talk about your needs with someone you trust

If you're feeling alone and you're looking for someone to talk to about your unmet needs, I highly recommend checking out the sponsor of this episode, BetterHelp. Head over to trybetterhelp.com/themindfulkind to receive 10% off your first month. 

Thanks so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind. 

Nov 4, 2021

Hello and welcome to episode 305 of The Mindful Kind podcast about dealing with resentment. 

In this episode, you'll learn more about what resentment is and some strategies that I've found helpful when I'm dealing with it, including:

- Practice observing resentment and understanding what it feels like and why it occurs

- Explore if the resentment might be telling you something important. For example, is it a sign that you might need to seek extra support, communicate more effectively, or stand up for yourself?

- Give yourself time to heal from resentment, but also look for opportunities to be honest about it (especially if resentment is appearing in your close relationships)

Don't forget to visit www.rachaelkable.com/podcast/305 to sign up for my email list!

Thank you so much for listening and I hope you have a wonderful week, Mindful Kind.

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