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6. Nurture yourself

6. Nurture yourself

When you're stressed, it can be all to easy to neglect you own needs. lsoing your appetite, ignoring exercise, and not getting enough sleep are all common reactions to a crisis situiation.

  • Instead, focus on building self-nurturance skills, even when you are troubled. make time for activities that you enjoy.

By taking care of your own needs, you can boost your overall health and resilience and be fully ready to face life's challenges.


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