Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Personal Power – Become Your Own Best Friend by Toni Pike

Thank you so much to the wonderful Sally Cronin for having me having me as a guest in Smorgasbord Blog Magazine. In this article I’m talking about self-criticism, and being your own best friend.

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Delighted that author Toni Pike will be joining us for the next few months with her series Personal Power which I am sure you will find very interesting and thought provoking.

Finding your personal power and living an authentic life with validation and self-respect.

Welcome to my personal power series where I explore topics such as authenticity, values, self-validation and self-respect. I experienced a steep learning curve of personal transformation as I made some major changes in my life, and I wanted to share some of the things I’ve learned that have made a huge difference to me.

Become Your Own Best Friend 

This is a series about authenticity, validation, self-belief and personal power.

Some people may like to think that they don’t talk to themselves, but the truth is that we constantly communicate to ourselves using our own inner voice. How do you speak to yourself?

My Own Worst…

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7 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Personal Power – Become Your Own Best Friend by Toni Pike

  1. petespringerauthor

    I could so relate to the notion of being hard on ourselves. I think it’s human nature to be hyper-critical of ourselves, and looking at all the positives is critical.

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    1. Toni Pike Post author

      Hi Pete, You are so right, it seems to be. But just remember – would you ever point out to a child all their faults? We should love and encourage ourselves, despite our faults – just as we would a child. Toni x

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