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The Ultimate Self-Care Guide

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Dorothy Ratusny
Psychotherapist & Meditation Teacher
Here I share with you the ultimate self-care guide; the very best habits and routines that will forever be how you care for your individual needs. You might not yet realize just how important self-care is until you experience for yourself just how much better you feel and how self-sufficient and resilient you become when you give back to yourself, and it's how you do this that is so important. Self-care is how you nourish and sustain yourself. It is these practical habits that ensure that you have what is needed to care for yourself in the best possible way.   With the world ever-changing to support a new way of life for us all, now is the perfect time to invest in taking care of your every need.
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Julie
Prioritizing Self Care
Self care is how you nourish and sustain yourself. It is vital to your overall health and wellbeing. With the world ever changing to support a new way of life for all of us, now is the perfect time to invest taking care of your every need. When you take care of your needs, you feel nourished, content, in balance and this supports your ability to feel at peace. You are able to manage stress better. It will boost your confidence as well as your self esteem. It is a form of self love. This is an area I struggle with even though I know the importance and value of it. I realize where this habit comes from. I get it from my mom. I will put everyone else’s needs first above mine until I am completely burnt out. I am getting better at becoming aware of it. And, working to get better at making sure I am practicing some form of self care everyday. It makes me a better person for myself, friends, family, and hubby.
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Kevin
Feeling left wanting more
I know self care is important I wanted real suggestions on what to do!
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Steve
I never realised
… that self care and self love is vital to how I support myself and perceive the world. I always felt guilty loving myself But now I see it is important for my psychological well-being.
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Ward
Love a list!
There are many ways to care for yourself. Noting that each day you are responsible to provide yourself LOVE.
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Leilani
Self-Love
It is my responsibility to protect the temple in which “I AM.” *Inhale loving myself, exhale negative thoughts…Inhale loving myself, exhale all doubts, fears, and insecurities.* I AM responsible for the amount of love that I chose to invest and pour into my self & temple. And the only one who truly benefits most from doing so, is none other than myself. I AM love.
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Sammy
Where do I go to get the PDF etc…
Thank you 😊 I really enjoyed this. It reminded me I am important too. My needs need to be met and who better than me to meet them. 🖤💜
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Walter J
Caring…
Caring begins with self. We must Choose to care for and love ourselves first. Then we can care for and love others. We were taught this on airplanes- during the safety precautions. “Put you oxygen mask on first and then help you children or others.” Another way to look at it is, how can you give away what you do not have? How can we really care for others unless we have taken care of our needs first? I think perhaps many of us were taught this was being selfish… but there is a happy balance point between feeling worthy & being selfish or egotistical. It has to do with intention. My intentions are to help, love & care for others and I can do that best when I feel helped, loved & cared for myself. When I learn to do this for myself, I do not have to depend on someone else to do it for me (and maybe feel disappointed when they do not) Loving and caring for self is so important so that we can better love and care for others! Thanks for this awakening/reminder Dorothy!! Namaste 👍🏼❤️🍀
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Mark
Slow down
See how important this self care is.  it will take time to letting go and letting it in to be a part of my life, a necessary priority to feeling good feeling happy feeling alive yet something I often ignore.
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