Self-compassion Tied to Better Quality of Life in Adults With CF

Self-compassion Tied to Better Quality of Life in Adults With CF

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Self-compassion Tied to Better Quality of Life in Adults With CF

People with cystic fibrosis (CF) who score highly on measures of self-compassion tend also to report higher quality of life, a study found. “The current findings suggest that psychological interventions which increase self-compassion could be beneficial for enhancing better mental health and quality of life for adults with CF,” researchers wrote. The study, “Exploring Associations Between Self-Compassion, Self-Criticism, Mental Health, and Quality of Life in Adults with Cystic Fibrosis: Informing Future Interventions,” was published in…

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