Over the past couple of years, there’s been a real recognition that you can’t do anything well if you don’t take care of yourself first.
So, why do people still talk about self care and selfish as if they go hand in hand? Is self care selfish?
The idea might be tied to the guilt people tend to attach to caring for themselves first. Those who look to care for themselves first to help those close to them later are often labeled as selfish, with almost everyone forgetting that to do the latter, you always have to excel at the first.
Let’s dive deeper into the concept of self care and selfishness, to figure out the truth once and for all.
Do you ever feel like you’re being selfish when you are doing something for yourself?
It might sound too good to be true, but there are so many tools available that can help us discover a deeper appreciation for our lives and the unique things that make us, us.
In our busy age of “Do more and be more,”...
We will all experience grief at some point in our lives.
Whether that’s due to losing a job, a relationship or the ultimate grief in losing someone you love.
Even this crazy year of 2020, we have experienced grief on a collective level. The lives we knew has been lost and replaced with uncertainty and restriction.
My own stories of grief are around losing my parents. The most painful times of my life, yet I have also received some of the most transformational lessons.
Grief is an exceptionally individual journey, and one that needs to be navigated in your own time.
It can’t be rushed.
And I also believe there is strength in hearing how others navigate it. That’s what I’m going to share with you today, the 5 lessons I’ve learned from grief.
Stephen Jenkinson - The Meaning of Death: https://orphanwisdom.com/meaning/
Stephen Jenkinson - What is Grief: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJYyy...