Why You Should Never Feel Sorry For Yourself

After suffering a series of devastating personal losses, Amy Morin was faced with a choice. She could have hope or she could wallow in self-pity. It’s easy to feel sorry for yourself when unexpected things happen.

As a psychotherapist, Morin worked with many people who faced the same choice. She noticed what separated those who are mentally strong, and now she dedicates herself to helping other people build their mental strength.

On this episode of Women of Impact with Lisa Bilyeu, Morin explains how to deal with guilt, why you should not feel sorry for yourself, self-doubt and self-blame, describes how complaining and venting actually damage us, and gives tons of detailed, concrete, constructive advice on building mental strength.

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