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June 25 2021

How to Develop Self-Compassion and Be Nicer to Yourself

Paul Parkin, Ph.D.

About the Author

Paul Parkin is a teacher, speaker, and researcher, that focuses on relational communication and positive psychology. He has has more than 10 years experience teaching at various universities including the University of Utah and UVU. His doctoral dissertation research focused on the power of empathy.Paul has a passion for teaching and for facilitating transformative change in and out of the classroom. He was recently featured as a TEDx presenter and has won multiple teaching awards, the most recent being the prestigious University of Utah Student's Choice Teaching Award (2013). He has a Master's Degree from California State University, Sacramento and a Ph.D from the University of Utah.As a speaker, Paul has presented to a variety of groups across the U.S. and has provided communication, leadership, and personal growth trainings for various companies and corporations. He is a firm believer that people can change their lives for the better by changing the way they relate to themselves and to others.