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Self-Love & Self-Care Articles
While one of my top values is being kind to myself and others, there are times where being unkind is the most supportive choice.
We know that we can only take care of others if we take care of ourselves first. So, why do we feel guilty when caring for ourselves?
You don’t have to be religious to bring sacredness and meaning to your life. This simple morning ritual is a game-changer.
When do you feel lonely? Is it when you are with other people or when you are with yourself?
Do you still feel selfish and guilty when caring for yourself? Do you still wonder how dare you spend time with your girlfriends when your husband is home alone by himself?
Does this ever happen to you, beacon? You lie awake in your bed, asking yourself why in the world you can’t sleep like “normal” people?
When I picked up the phone, the voice on the other end immediately said, “I need your help. My daughter barely survived a plane crash. She needs deep healing.”
How can you love yourself when just a minute ago you said the most hurtful words to somebody else? You ate sugar even though you’re trying to stop? Or you just plain hate the way you feel?
When life is so busy, you feel guilty every time you shift your focus from other people to yourself. You’re not the only mom who feels that way.
In a world of so much “doing,” developing a practice of “being” will make you and your child more relaxed, present, and grounded.
Empaths play an important role in humanity. We help other people deal with their pain and suffering. At the same time, however, we take on their pain, which is unhealthy for us.