Gabor Mate Quotes – Wisdom and Insight from a Renowned Psychiatrist
The greatest gift we can give ourselves is self-compassion.
Addiction is a desperate attempt to escape from our pain.
Trauma is not what happens to us, but what we hold inside.
True healing begins when we embrace our own vulnerability.
Relationships are the most powerful catalysts for personal growth.
Our perceptions shape our reality.
The power of love is transformational.
We cannot heal what we do not feel.
Our past does not define us, but it does shape us.
Feeling heard is the greatest gift we can give one another.
Empathy is the antidote to shame.
Recovery is a lifelong journey of self-discovery.
Resilience is not the absence of pain, but the ability to bounce back from it.
Our pain is our teacher.
The body speaks what the mind cannot.
We cannot heal in isolation; we need connection.
Addiction is not a choice, but a response to unbearable pain.
Self-care is not selfish, but necessary for our well-being.
The capacity for healing lies within each of us.
We are all in this together.
In vulnerability lies our greatest strength.
To love ourselves is to love those around us.
Acceptance is the key to freedom.
We are all wounded healers.
Our wounds can become our wisdom.
The human spirit is resilient beyond measure.
Our pain can be a gateway to transformation.
We must unlearn what no longer serves us.
The stories we tell ourselves shape our reality.
To heal, we must feel.
Authenticity is the path to true connection.
Acceptance is not resignation, but the first step towards change.
It is in the present moment that true healing can occur.
Our emotions are a guide to our inner world.
Shame grows in silence, but with empathy, it can be overcome.
We are not broken, just bruised.
The power of vulnerability lies in its ability to connect us to others.
Recovery is a process of self-rediscovery.
We are all just walking each other home.
Forgiveness is not about condoning, but about freeing ourselves from resentment.
We are all wounded in some way; it is what makes us human.
The mind and body are interconnected; healing one requires healing the other.
Our pain is not a punishment, but an opportunity for growth.
When we judge others, we reinforce our own shame.
Compassion is a practice, not an innate trait.
We are not alone in our struggles; we all have our battles to fight.
Our wounds are the birthplace of our strength.
To heal, we must first acknowledge our pain.
We can find peace in the midst of chaos.
True healing is a lifelong journey, not a destination.