As we move through life’s challenges, resilience can be something to aim for. However, being resilient doesn’t mean that you have to be strong all the time.
Being specific with ourselves in regard to what kind of tiredness we’re experiencing can help us choose more effective self-care.
In the emotional marathon of 2020, this week will require some extra care. Here are eight self-care tips for coping with election stress
Self-care means caring for yourself in your various life roles with compassionate action and mentality.
In addition to the fight/flight/freeze response to stress, there’s a lesser known response called tend-and-befriend.
Many of us are experienceing huge fluctuations in our emotions. Here’s how we can start to make sense of what we are feeling.
Have patience for yourself and what you don’t know yet. Give yourself the chance to learn before judging yourself. Have patience with others. They don’t yet know what you do…
Sometimes the term “self-care” can be misleading because it seems to be referring to one person – you. Self-care is about you, but self-care isn’t just about you.
Food can be used to cope with stress and some food can also cause stress on the body. Here’s what to eat and what not to eat when you’re stressed…
Here are four effective self-care practices you can do in under a minute. Self-care doesn’t have to be difficult or take a lot of time.
Sometimes what we think is self-care isn’t really what’s best for us
If I had two minutes to tell you anything about self-care care, I’d tell you this.