The brain is an organ; the mind is invisible yet in every cell. Our minds are responsible for feelings, attitudes, imagination and beliefs. So, how can you take care of your mind?
When pursuing a plan for self-care, it’s necessary to analyze your current lifestyle, answer a few questions and make a few decisions.
Some of us are just highly sensitive. Learning to accept this in your own world is the first step in reorganizing emotional boundaries and limitations.
The routines shared in the book will be things you can carry on with for a lifetime that will serve your mental and physical health well.
Because being over sensitive is both genetic and conditioning, we can’t really just “stop” it. However, we can learn to minimize the effects by dealing with our emotions on a different level.
When referring to a self-care “routine” it doesn’t necessarily mean the same thing, day in and day out. Let’s take a look at some suggestions to help you jumpstart daily self-care habits that will stick!
This book is designed to be your personal prescription to heal every area of your life without pushback from your inner self.
Everyone has an inner voice, but sometimes that nasty voice gets the best of us and creates a breeding ground for negative self-talk and destructive behaviors.
People often complain that they’re too old, or too young, to start doing something, and therefore shouldn’t even try to start.
If you’re already stressed to the limits, then having someone tell you to implement a self care strategy might feel like the straw that broke the camel’s back. This plan will help you implement the tiniest daily habits that add up to fully transform your life.