When you hear the term “self-care:, what do you think of? Most of us picture pedicures and facials. That does sound nice, but is it really self-care?
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As necessary as leaving toxic relationships is, it is equally important to make sure those toxic relationships don’t continue to echo in our inner voice
We have collected articles that can help you when healing gets hard and how self-care can help you cope and prepare for the future.
Someone keeping you on edge and off balance? A parent, partner or co-worker? You can meet a toxic person anywhere. They are bullies or even abusers…
Michael Ballard and Mags Thomson both learned from experience how to deal with a toxic boss. How do they affect you and what can you do to protect yourself?
Practising mindfulness is, in my opinion, one of the most powerful tools to access a change in perspective. If I am not my past, then who am I?
SwanWaters recently started sending out daily journaling prompts, a phrase a paragraph, a quote, a thought… Anything that will inspire thought and writing.
People can learn resiliency skills to use when facing challenging times, and increase the quality of the experience and change the quality of the outcome.
One reasons why within recovery boundaries are so important, is that abusers don’t do boundaries. They see their targets as an extension of themselves.