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Strategies for Self-Care That Really Work

How to focus on activities that help your emotional well-being and cut out the ones that don’t

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TThe term “self-care,” once found mostly in the revolutionary texts of writers like Audre Lorde (who described it as “an act of political warfare”) and the reference materials for psychiatrists in training, is now ubiquitous in…




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