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Learning ways to take care of you will improve your life.

What you will learn

Participants will learn about self care practices that are effective.

Participants will be given examples of ways to manage their stress.

Participants will learn methods to set boundaries and how to say no to too many obligations.

Participants will learn how to fill out a self care journal.

Description

Self-care is a vital as the air we breathe. Enjoy this series that we have created for you. In this series you will learn tips for taking better care of you. You will also learn to understand the needs of your spouse and how their self-care needs are different than yours.Β  IΒ also added a section on modeling self-care to your children, this is very important to their own growth and development. You have heard the adage, “Self-Care is Not Selfish”, it is true. In order for you to take care of others you must first take care of you. This are just my favorite recommendations and tips that I have found successful when taking care of myself or when helping my students. I have added a link to a self-care journal for you as well as some downloadable pdfs for you to view. The book will be better for you but you decide what you need. Take what resonates with you and leave the rest behind. In the meantime, take good care of you!


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Please know that I am an educator and not a therapist, if you have an urgent need please seek the help of a medical professional.

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Content

Self Care Introduction

Introduction
What is Self Care?

Self Care Tips

Setting Boundaries
Saying NO
Taking Things Off Your Plate
Practicing Gratitude
Positive Affirmations
Balancing It All
Your Wellness

Self Care For You and Others in Your Life

Self Care for YOU
Self Care for your spouse
Self Care for Kids

Wellness Journal

Introducing Kickstarting Wellness Journals
Mood Tracker in Kickstarting Wellness Journal
Journal Weekly Prompts
Journaling Tips in Kickstarting Wellness

Closing Reminders

Closing Statement