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45 – Friday Fix: How Radical Acceptance Can Help You Find Peace During Difficult Times

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Radical acceptance is a skill that can benefit everyone. As Marsha Linnehan, the therapist who popularized the concept of radical suffering once said, " Rejecting reality turns pain into suffering."

It's tough to accept painful situations that are unfair or circumstances that are beyond our control. But acknowledging reality is the key to healing and moving forward. That doesn't mean you have to condone someone else's bad behavior or agree to something you don't want. Acceptance just means you acknowledge the facts.

Some of the things I share are:

  • How radical acceptance reduces the intensity and duration of an uncomfortable emotion
  • The benefits of radical acceptance, including reduced anxiety and substance use
  • How to stick to the facts
  • Why it's considered a 'low effort' skill
  • The exact steps you can take to practice radical acceptance

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Radical acceptance is a skill that can benefit everyone. As Marsha Linnehan, the therapist who popularized the concept of radical suffering once said, " Rejecting reality turns pain into suffering."

It's tough to accept painful situations that are unfair or circumstances that are beyond our control. But acknowledging reality is the key to healing and moving forward. That doesn't mean you have to condone someone else's bad behavior or agree to something you don't want. Acceptance just means you acknowledge the facts.

Some of the things I share are:

  • How radical acceptance reduces the intensity and duration of an uncomfortable emotion
  • The benefits of radical acceptance, including reduced anxiety and substance use
  • How to stick to the facts
  • Why it's considered a 'low effort' skill
  • The exact steps you can take to practice radical acceptance

Sign up for Mentally Stronger Premium - Ask Amy questions, get bonus episodes, and get exclusive content delivered to your feed every week.

Connect with the Show

Buy Amy's books on mental strength

Connect with Amy on Instagram - @AmyMorinAuthor

Email the show - Podcast@AmyMorinLCSW.com

Sponsors

This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/mentallystrong, and get 10% off your first month.

  continue reading

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