What is Self Care?
Self-care the path to awareness and the true self
The benefits of self-care are numerous and significant, however, the personal benefits are not an 'end point' but a path to deeper awareness and connection to self.
You, family and self-care
Do you ever wonder why being with family impacts on our ability to be our true selves? So why do we do the opposite when we are around them?
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.
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.
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.