When Self-Care Doesn’t “Work”

You can’t fail at self-care. If something isn’t helpful, maybe you haven’t yet found your own way.

“Have you tried meditation?” “You really should do yoga.” “Journaling always helps me.” All of these are tried, true, and well-researched healing modalities. But self-care doesn’t look the same for everyone. What serves you at one point in life might…

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Years of healing, years of spiritual seeking. Together, they bring transformation. Co-Editor, Collective Power

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Years of healing, years of spiritual seeking. Together, they bring transformation. Co-Editor, Collective Power

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