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Self-Care Sunday 11.23.14

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On some Sundays I share links to all kinds of posts, which explore taking kinder care of ourselves — from appreciating our bodies to getting to know ourselves better to expressing our creativity (which goes hand in hand with self-discovery) to feeling our feelings.

Because self-care helps us build a more positive body image. Because self-care helps us build fulfilling, satisfying lives. Because self-care simply feels good!

I hope you find these links inspiring and empowering.

I love this post from Tara: Consider what you’d do if the critics weren’t in the room.

And this one from Rachel on redefining success.

I can soooo relate to Therese’s piece on being a stage four people-pleaser.

Making peace with our smiles.

Claiming your creativity.

30 journaling prompts for self-reflection and self-discovery.

Teaching people how to treat you .

A brilliant post from Anna on how she deals with daily self-doubt.

How meditation helps anxiety.

Creating your most wonderful time of the year.

3 skills for coping with stress.

Beautiful guided meditations from Liz.

Mindful phrases to practice.

“How can I let in more delight today?”

The secret to a good life.

3 obstacles in therapy and how to overcome them.

I hope you’re enjoying a nice and nourishing Sunday!

Self-Care Sunday 11.23.14

Margarita Tartakovsky, MS

Margarita is an associate editor at She writes about everything from taking compassionate care of yourself at any weight, shape, and size, to coping healthfully with difficult emotions. Her goal is to give readers practical, empowering tips to better their lives, and to remind you that whatever you're struggling with, you're never, ever alone.

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Tartakovsky, M. (2019). Self-Care Sunday 11.23.14. Psych Central. Retrieved on February 29, 2020, from


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