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Last year was a difficult one for me. I was really struggling with my mental health and was suffering from depression and anxiety. Looking around at other beautiful, successful women, I wondered: How do they do it? How do they manage to feel so good? I wanted to find out, and I wanted to share with other women who, like me, wanted to feel happy — wanted to feel well. Tapping into my creative energy, I set out to compile a resource anyone could use.
I asked women I knew: What are your mantras and habits of self-care? What they told me was both revolutionary and a total no-brainer at the same time. If I can practice them, I know you can, too. Here are 13 recipes for self-love that are simple in practice and multifaceted in their benefits.
But it can be dangerous. Rather, focus on yourself and your journey. The shift of energy, alone, will help you feel free. Cut yourself some slack! Make mistakes so you can learn and grow from them. Embrace your past. So, forget about that voice in your head that says you need to be perfect. Make mistakes — lots of them! This is fundamental! So many things in the world want to distract you from this powerful truth. Sometimes even your own internalized sexism affirms your thoughts of inadequacy.
You are valuable because you are younot because of your body. So, wear what makes you feel good. Not everybody takes responsibility for the energy they put out into the world.
Remember: Protect your energy. Like erring, feeling afraid is natural and human. This healthy exercise can really help with your mental health. Interrogating and evaluating your fears helps you to gain clarity and unmask issues in your life that were causing you anxiety. That, in turn, can help alleviate some — if not all — of your anxiety. Remember that your feelings are valid. You know yourself better than anyone else, so be your best advocate.
The timing is never going to be perfect for that next big step in your life. Instead, seize the moment because it may never come back. Women, especially, can grow accustomed to putting others first. Find the time to decompress.
Without decompressing and recharging you can put serious strain on yourself. Allow yourself to feel things fully. Like fear, pain and joy are emotions that will help you understand yourself and ultimately realize that you are not your feelings. Get into the habit of speaking your mind. Boldness is like a muscle — it grows the more you exercise it. the conversation. Contribute your thoughts. Try to notice at least one beautiful, small thing around you every single day.
Make note of it, and be grateful for it. Celebrate yourself. And be patient with yourself. Self-love may not happen overnight. But with time, it will settle itself into your heart. Alison Rachel Stewart is an artist and the creator of Recipes For Self-Love, a collaborative initiative that celebrates habits, practices, and meditations for self-care and wellness. Follow her on Instagram.
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Allow yourself to make mistakes. Process your fears. Trust yourself to make good decisions for yourself. Take every opportunity life presents or create your own. Put yourself first. Feel pain and joy as fully as you can. Exercise boldness in public.
See beauty in the simple things. Be kind to yourself. Read this next. How to Fall in Love with Yourself Again. Medically reviewed by Peggy Pletcher, M. Medically reviewed by Alana Biggers, M. Medically reviewed by Saurabh Sethi, M.Live in the moment ladies
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