Radical Acceptance

Yes…

Just for today

I want to share the notes I took in rehab on ‘radical acceptance’ that actually changed my life. I used radical acceptance towards myself when self-love was too far out of reach. I now have a much more clear understanding of what it means to ‘accept’.

Radical Acceptance

Acceptance is acknowledging what is.

to accept something is not the same as judging it as good.

Pain creates suffering only when you refuse to accept the pain.

Deciding to tolerate the moment is acceptance.

Freedom from suffering requires acceptance from deep within of what is.

Radical acceptance is:

  • not about me
  • taking things as they are
  • being non- judgmental
  • looking at facts
  • describing our situation
  • acknowledgement of situation
  • changing perspective
  • understanding what we can and cannot control in life
  • letting it go

Radical acceptance is not:

  • condoning behaviors
  • being complacent
  • giving up your needs
  • giving power away
  • changing who…

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