No one is perfect we all make mistakes or experience failure at some point in life but how do we rise up after failure?
CapeTalk/702’s Phemelo Ngcobo spoke to Leonard Carr, Clinical Psychologist about overcoming hardship and failure.
According to Carr, failure should be viewed as a learning experience.
Listen to the full conversation below:
People need to have a compassionate relationship with their younger self— Leonard Carr, Clinical Psychologist
Have the attitude that 'if I knew then what I know now' I would’ve done things differently— Leonard Carr, Clinical Psychologist
Have an encouraging relationship with yourself and think of your mistakes as a friend, as a partner— Leonard Carr, Clinical Psychologist
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