Self-Care A-Z: Minding Our Self-Care P’s and Q’s

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Self care at a higher level of discourse

I really valued how you moved beyond typical self care advice or preventative strategies to bring in radical rest, flourishing through play and mindfulness/puttering in the moment as well as the resources. This article moved to a different level of conversation for me. Thank you!

Caroline Campbell 26 days ago

Self-care guide

What a timely and helpful article on self-care & the P’s including pausing and practicing!! I’m all about the value of taking a pause throughout my day since it helps me recalibrate and get ready for my next session. As a medical social worker I’m in a high intensity and stressful environment and passionate about self-care.

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Pantea Rahimian 27 days ago

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