- Justifying spending time on self-care (AKA loving yourself this Valentine's Day).
- The 4 common limiting beliefs that prevent people from committing to self-care.
- An exercise to help break those excuses, or limiting beliefs.
To Do (For You!):
- Using either my questions or Byron Katie's take a look at your own limiting beliefs around self-care.
- "Before we give away love to those around us, it's important to give some love to ourselves first." [click to tweet]
- "We can only be truly helpful to others when we're on our A-game." [click to tweet]
- "What can I do for myself today that recharges by batteries & honors my desire to feel productive?" [click to tweet]
- #28daysofcreativecare Instagram challenge
- Byron Katie's "The Four Questions"
- Is it true?
- Can you absolutely know that it's true?
- How do you react (what happens) when you believe that thought?
- Does that thought bring you peace or stress?
- What manifests physically in your body?
- What emotions arise?
- What coping mechanisms show up? (Alcohol, cigarettes, grabbing your phone, heading for a snack)
- How do you treat the person in this situation when you believe that thought? How do you treat other people and yourself?
- Who would you be without that thought?
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