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Practicing Self-Care Looks Different for Everyone

Self-care is not always enjoying what you hold dear — frequently we are reminded to prioritize indulging in adventurous hobbies to fulfill our own care responsibilities.

These moments hold great value and can certainly be a form of self-care, however, the grandiosity of these actions is not what deems them worthy of such categorization.

I often find in discussion, many individuals with a variety of chronic health conditions feel they’ve “failed” at self-care or don’t know how to “do it right.” This is problematic as it lends to having been told or made to feel that they do not “adequately” care for themselves based on a subjectively defined concept of what embodies engaging in self-care.

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