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Self-care essentially means tuning in to our true needs, and making them a priority, rather than neglecting them in favor of obligations or urgent (but not important) tasks.
The wellness industry trends managed to wrongly associate self-care with activities ranging from lighting a candle to luxurious spa days. But they don't reflect the meaning of true self-care.
Little things like focusing on your breath, some moderate exercise, taking care of your posture, relaxing with your favorite TV show
are great ways to do some self-care that they don't require any extra time, like a spa therapy or a vacation.
Many parents stop meditating once they have children. But new research suggests that even brief interventions can be helpful.
You become more self-confident if you become better at what you do.
The process goes like this: