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5 reasons to stop ignoring your need for self-care

5 reasons to stop ignoring your need for self-care

Last weekend, I casually mentioned to Jason that I’d really love to just sit out on our back deck, and do nothing for at least an hour. It was wistful, and felt more like a fantasy than anything else. In fact, I really wasn’t asking him arrange it:...
Self-care and the Surprise of the Snowball effect

Self-care and the Surprise of the Snowball effect

In the middle of this series on self-care, ironically [or not] I got sick. In fact, for most of April, it seemed that as soon as I got well, I’d get sick again. The stomach flu. Some random stomach virus. A head cold. I haven’t been that sick, or sick...
How to overwrite unhealthy coping skills

How to overwrite unhealthy coping skills

Let’s talk about coping skills. Those things we do to help us get though a tough patch. Sometimes they are healthy, sometimes they are unhealthy. So what do we do when we want to replace an unhealthy coping mechanism work a healthy one? Or what about when a...
What is the biggest enemy of self-care?

What is the biggest enemy of self-care?

So, here’s the thing about self-care. I don’t know about you, but for me, it’s easy to view self-care as one big task. As a single item on the checklist of things I have to do today. And it’s always something huge. Like stop some unhealthy...
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