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Self-Care Girlie

Taking time for #1 is at the top of our list. A healthier you leads to healthier and happier relationships and work-life balance.

Self-care is all about prioritizing your well-being and making sure you are taking care of yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally. It involves setting boundaries, practicing self-compassion, and engaging in activities that bring you joy and relaxation. By investing in self-care, you are investing in your overall quality of life and setting the foundation for a more fulfilling and balanced existence.

We are always looking for the best advice on how to gain emotional, mental, and physical balance each month. Sometimes it can be as simple as expressing your feelings through journaling, reading a book, taking a long bath, or talking to a trusted friend or therapist. Other times we need to take a hard look at our diet and boost our exercise routines for better energy levels an overall well-being. One thing that never changes - we have to prioritize self-care to unwind and relax and allow ourselves to rest and recharge with a good night's sleep.

Support for Having Hard Conversations

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We’ve all been there. You know something needs to be said but you don’t want to be the one to say it. Just rehearsing the script in your mind makes your chest tighten, stomach knot and every word gets stuck in your throat. You play out every scenario and response possible just to be prepared for the worst outcome. We all need someone to hold our hand sometime. You’ve come to the right place when seeking out support for having hard conversations. Yet, the only way to be truly prepared is to face it all head on. Despite knowing most of the things we stress over won’t ever come to pass, our nervous systems cling to every possibility hoping to make us feel “ready” for whatever lies ahead. Yes, these spirals we find ourselves falling into are our nervous system’s way of protecting us. When difficult scenarios pop up that cause our nervous system to sense familiar dangerous patterns, it sends a signal to our brains setting off alarms to find a way to avoid the hurt, rejection, disappointment, etc. While these defenses mechanisms are created with our best interest at heart, they ultimately stunt our growth. The only way