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From Emotional Shutdown to Self-Compassion: My Self-Care Evolution

[ad_1] Tags: anxiety habits, anxious thoughts, discomfort, emotional bandwidth, emotional regulation, expressing feelings, feeling your feelings, listening to your body, listening to yourself, navigating discomfort, personal bandwidth, self-care, self-care habits, self-compassion, self-love, self-soothing, Stress, worry and anxiety Over the last […]

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Healthy Boundaries in Supporting a Partner’s Mental Health

[ad_1] Supporting a partner who’s struggling with their mental health without becoming anxious, depressed or low ourselves is possible, but it does take clear boundaries and self-care. We can care for our partner as well as for ourselves. ‘Support’ doesn’t

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Living With Excessive Fear Blocks Love, Care, Trust and Respect

[ad_1] Fear plays a crucial role in alerting us to situations where self-care is necessary. Notifying you of a possible threat, when you don’t distinguish between real and imagined threats, or between past and present experiences, and you’re unsure of

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Podcast Ep. 277: Knowing When To Stop

[ad_1] In this week’s episode of The Baggage Reclaim Sessions, I share a big decision I’ve made about Baggage Reclaim and the podcast. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Android 5 key topics in this episode You don’t have to hate something to stop. You

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