What self-care is not
Self-care is not selfish. When you make time for yourself, you have more energy to support your friends and family.
Self-care does not have to be time-consuming. Even small acts of self-care can make a big impact on you you're feeling.
Self-care should not be a one-time indulgence. Taking time for yourself doesn't have to be earned but can be an ongoing practice to help prevent burnout and build resilience.
12 tools that can help you stay strong
Just like anything else, learning how to mindfully take care of yourself can take practice. We have a few ideas to help.Read on
"Caring for myself is not self indulgence, it is self preservation."
- Audre Lorde
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Sometimes self-care means asking for help
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