Take Care of Yourself Every Day (One of the Most Motivational Videos You'll Ever See)
Taking care of yourself
Remember that the first step toward taking good care of your loved one is taking care of yourself. After all, how can you expect to be anyone’s caretaker if you aren’t taking care of your own needs? Here are some ways to make sure you’re at your best:
- Schedule time for yourself.Set aside time each day for “me time,” and make that time nonnegotiable.
- Find a source of support.Family and friends can be great sources of support, but you may also want to find a support group created for people in your situation. These groups can be found locally, or even online.
- Ask for help.It can be all too easy to spread yourself too thin when you’re taking care of a loved one with stage 4 breast cancer. Make sure you ask for help when you need it. You don’t have to be the only one who mows the lawn, cleans the house, does all the grocery shopping, and sits with your loved one all day.
- Acknowledge your emotions.A stage 4 breast cancer diagnosis is scary, not just for the person receiving it, but also for those who love them. If you find that your emotions become overwhelming at times, talking to a professional counselor can help you cope with the situation.
Video: My Self Care Rituals / 10 Ways to Take Care of Yourself
Is It Really Possible to Drink Too Much Water
Qvar With Dose Counter
31 Days of Fitness: GenieArms
How to Empower Youth
10 Nutrition Experts On What You Really Need To Do To Lose Those Last 10 Pounds
How to Carry Your Sleeping Girl to Bed
How to Make Vegan Ground Beef
Angelina Jolie Releases Heartwarming Picture To Promote Her New Movie
How to Keep Googles Blog Search Crawler from Indexing Your Livejournal
10 Ways to Spring Clean Your Kitchen for Weight Loss
How to Keep Kids Safe in Bounce Houses
How to Cite the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Calm City Meditation Station: NYCs 1st Mobile Studio of Zen
Step Inside Park Slope Residence, Your New Dream Apartment