Many of us were taught to give freely to others and take care of other people’s needs before our own. We see examples of this every day; every time a child is told to share their toys even as they are playing with them, when we are asked to consider the feelings of others without validating our own, when we are constantly asked to give a few dollars nearly every time we go out, even though we may be struggling to meet our own financial responsibilities. We do it because we don’t want to say no. We don’t want to look bad or like we don’t care. So, we give more of ourselves than we have to give. We think we are doing the right thing, the “good” thing, by being so generous. But, it is not healthy to give so much of ourselves that it depletes our own mental, emotional, and physical reserves. As much as I still believe it is important to give to others, I no longer believe we should give to the detriment of our own well-being. This course is designed to help you recognize that you DESERVE all the amazing things life has to offer and to help you learn to prioritize your own wellbeing by letting go of the misconception that it is selfish.
This course will help you tune into what's working (and not working) for you - mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually - and provide you with the information, insights and strategies to get you committed to loving yourself and taking care of yourself in a profound way.
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Mental Health Recovery
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