Be Kind to Yourself

Rachel Haugabook
By Rachel Haugabook |Mansfield, TX

It seems as if we have been raised backwards. From the beginning of life, we are directed to become our own biggest critic but depend on others to be our greatest source of comfort. How could living this way ever truly benefit any of us when no one knows what we need to heal and no one knows how amazing we are better than ourselves? In recognizing this false premise, we are one step closer to becoming self-aware and self-reliant in a way that will provide a level of peace and emotional security that most of us have yet to experience. Check out the video and let me know your thoughts on how learning to be kind to ourselves could benefit us profoundly.

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Rachel Haugabook
Rachel Haugabook |Mansfield, TX
Rachel Haugabook is an ambitious, passionate, young woman from Waxahatchie, Texas. As the youngest of two, Rachel grew up heavily influenced by her mother, a teacher and artist, and father, an entrepreneur and business owner, who both taught her that she could have whatever she wanted out of life as long as she was willing to work for it. With that knowledge, Rachel went on to received her high school diploma at sixteen, her Associates degree by eighteen, and her BA in Strategic Communications from the University of North Texas at the ripe young age of twenty years old. She is currently pursuing her Masters in Clinical Counseling from the Dallas branch of UNT. Rachel is new to the public speaking circuit but has begun providing motivational workshops for women in the DFW Metroplex. She has an innate love for people and no one who meets her ever walks away a stranger. Her mission in life is to teach people that anything and everything they want out of this existence can be found within themselves.