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Mental Self-Care

Mental Self-Care

The things that fill your mind and the way you think can greatly affect your psychological well-being. Mental self-care involves doing things to help keep your mind alert and sharp such as learning subjects you find fascinating or solving puzzles.

You can also watch movies or read books that will inspire and fuel your mind. Mental self-care can also involve doing things to help your mind stay healthy. For example, practicing acceptance and self-compassion can help you sustain a healthier and happier inner dialogue.


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Sintelly - Self-Care

Sintelly - Self-Care

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|| There's no end of feeling good or bad, be careful for your soul ||

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