Self-Care

Self-Care: Name It to Tame It

“Naming an emotion begins the process of regulating and reflecting on it. What we can name we can tame; when we give meaning to something, we can tolerate it and even change its impact.” —Dr. Sue Johnson

Self-Care: Ground

“Ground is what lies beneath our feet. It is the place where we already stand; a state of recognition, the place or the circumstances to which we belong whether we wish to or not…” —David Whyte (Consolations: The Solace, Nourishment, and Underlying Meaning of Everyday Words)

Self-Care: Mind the Gap

“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” -Viktor Frankl (Holocaust survivor and psychiatrist)

Self-Care: Put Crying on Your To-Do List

Life can be unpredictable and chaotic, especially these days. It is important to take time for yourself. Like most things in life, self-care is on a spectrum. It looks different for each of us. Whatever you need is what it is.

Self-Care: The Gift of Gratitude

Life can be unpredictable and chaotic, especially these days. It is important to take time for yourself. Like most things in life, self-care is on a spectrum. It looks different for each of us. Whatever you need is what it is.