What is Self Care?
Is self-care more than taking physical care of our bodies?
Want to know the secret to self-care? ... it’s more than taking care of our body.
Connecting with people: a vital part of self-care
Ray Graham shares his experience of what self-care means to him and how it has changed from withdrawing from people to connecting and building relationships as a vital part of his health and well-being.
Self-care: Expressing how you feel
Stephen Gammack shares how self-care is about learning to express how you feel and not let things bottle up inside, which has a significant impact on our health and wellbeing
The hidden harm in self-care
The hidden harm in ‘self-care’ may sound like a parody, but it is not an attempt to be either witty or clever, I am in fact being very serious.
Understanding the deeper essence of self-care…
Could there yet be deeper aspects to consider when consolidating our understanding of self-care? This article will offer more to consider regarding our relationship with self-care.
Do we really care?
What is the freedom, prosperity and success we are subscribing to, when we are ruled by a so-called free market that works with a license to harm?
I take better care of my car than my body!
Have you ever considered that you take better care of your car than you do of your own body – a Ferrari or a beaten up jalopy, which one are you?
There are many myths that abound on self-care and what it is. This article reveals the most common myths and replaces them with a practical truth, forming a foundation for wellbeing.
What’s all the fuss about self-care?
In this article we reveal the true meaning of self-care, and how it is the missing ingredient in the search for health and wellbeing.
Self-care is not selfish
A powerful article written by a Registered Nurse and mum that turns the belief that self-care is selfish on its head.