By: Melissa Welby M.D. for Psychology Today
I think everyone can identify with the feelings of being pulled in different directions. In this demanding world, it’s easy to get in the habit of reacting to whatever is most urgent like a frazzled, human pinball machine. Living life on the rebound drains our reserves until we stop putting ourselves last.
Often, the things we are struggling to keep up with have nothing to do with personal wellness, health or happiness. Self-care can feel like a low priority in comparison to meeting work deadlines, paying bills, washing clothes, parenting our children and taking care of our parents. The list of demands goes on and on.
We don’t get well-being without self-care.
It’s time to make a commitment to improving balance[…
Last modified: October 8, 2019