The overwhelm is that slimy little monster that grows inside of you when you start to move out of your comfort zone. It masquerades as gut feeling to trick you into self-sabotage but it’s easier to beat than you think!
“Closure is a myth, but progress is not.” ~Frank Ochbergs
Spiritual Self-care: Nourishing your energy and opening your mind.
Social Self-Care: Tackling your social anxieties with some exposure therapy and fulfilling your need for human contact and interaction.
Mental Self-care: Anything that gently awakens your brain.
Physical Self-care: Any activity that aids in strengthening your body, your mind, and your soul through healthy choices.
Practical Self-care: Fighting your depression procrastination.
Emotional Self-care: Your means of personal emotional support.
Why it’s important to be a whole entire person all on your own instead of one half of a relationship.
A blog post on why I think I know what I’m talking about.
TL;DR: I don’t.