Spiritual Self-Care

Spiritual Self-Care

Research shows that a lifestyle including religion or spirituality is generally a healthier lifestyle. That can be achieved through meditation, attending a religious service, or praying.

Nurturing your spirit, however, doesn't have to involve religion. It can involve anything that helps you develop a deeper sense of meaning, understanding, or connection with the universe.

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Self-Care

This is a process of purposeful engagement in strategies that promote healthy functioning and enhance well-being. It’s vital for building stress resilience and better equip you to live your best life.

Neglecting self-care may leave you overwhelmed, tired, and ill-equipped to handle life's challenges. 

Social Self-Care

Socialization and close connections are key to your well-being. The best way to cultivate and maintain close relationships is to put time and energy into building your relationships with others.

Everyone has slightly different social needs. The key is to figure out what your social needs are and to build enough time in your schedule to create an optimal social life.

Mental Self-Care

The way you think and the things that occupy your mind with greatly influence your psychological well-being.

Mental self-care includes doing things that keep your mind sharp, like solving puzzles, reading or learning about a subject that fascinates you. It also involves doing things that help you stay mentally healthy, like practicing self-compassion and acceptance.

Emotional Self-Care

It's important to have healthy coping skills to deal with uncomfortable emotions

Emotional self-care may include activities that help you acknowledge and express your feelings on a regular basis.

Physical Self-Care

You need to take care of your body if you want it to run efficiently. 

Physical self-care includes your eating, exercising and sleeping habits and how well you're caring for your physical needs. Attending appointments, taking medication as prescribed, and managing your health are all part of good physical self-care.

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Self-Care Ideas For The Soul
  • Help someone.
  • Write out your thoughts. Then let them go as you burn or bin the paper.
  • Hang out with people who emit enthusiasm and positivity.
  • Stroke a pet.
  • Ask three good friends to tell you what they love about you.
  • Have a few sentences of conversation with someone.
  • Spend an hour alone doing something that nourishes you.
  • Exercise something you’re good at today.
  • Ask for help—big or small, but reach out.
  • Plan a two-day holiday for next weekend. 

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Commit To Starting Today
  • Self-care is essential preventative work for both physical and mental health.
  • One of the first steps in taking better care of ourselves is simply committing to doing it. 
  • The key is starting small — even if it's just setting aside a few minutes each day for yourself.
Personal needs

Working parents tend to focus all their energy on work or family and put their own needs on hold. With the current crisis, parents have even less time for their own needs while they juggle work and family life.

But the benefits of taking care of ourselves are undeniable. And while we know the benefits, it can be challenging to communicate our personal needs to our partner.

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