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Self care tools for dealing with anxiety, depression, loneliness, wanderlust, lack of motivation and more! Upcoming release of self care themed playing cards decks. 

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Self Care Solitaire blog featuring self care suggestions, clinical examples, product recommendations and playlists to help readers identify healthy routines and habits they can incorporate into their own lives


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Self Love Club


Originally published by Gary Chapman in 1995, The 5 Love Languages began as a tool for helping romantic partners discover the unique ways in which they each communicate and receive messages of love. The theory behind the book, was that each person expresses and receives love through one or more of the following five methods: words of affirmation, acts of service, gift giving, quality time, and physical touch. The purpose of this exercise is to increase awareness of both self and partner in a way that allows each to more effectively and intentionally give and receive love. Since then, there have been several more editions published for utilizing the 5 love languages in a variety of other ways, including using love languages with children and in the workplace. In this blog post, I'll explore what it might look like to utilize the love languages to communicate self love. 

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Alone At Last


Spending time alone feels easy for some of us, but for others it is a skill that doesn’t come naturally. Oftentimes this trait correlates with where an individual’s personality falls on the introversion/extroversion scale. However, whether you are an introvert or an extrovert, you may find that being intentional about how you spend your alone time enhances and enriches your experience of yourself.

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Me, Myself, and I


Loneliness is hard. We’ve all experienced the depressing, isolating feeling that comes from believing that we have no connections to other people, despite our desire for them. The important thing to remember here is that feelings are not facts. Sometimes we mayfeel disconnected during a day spent alone, but this doesn’t mean we actually are. Especially since we always have the option of connecting with ourselves. We can use our relationship with ourselves, as well as our relationship with the world around us, to fight against loneliness. Throughout this month, I’ll be exploring and sharing ways to enjoy being alone, starting with the suggestions listed below:

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