Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Sometimes Self-Care Means Saying No

When we set boundaries, both emotional and physical, we are self-caring. When we say “no, not today”, we are being true to ourselves and honouring the fact that we need space and time for ourselves and that we cannot be there for our loved ones all the time…we need to be there for ourselves some of the time too.

Finding ways to meet our needs without stepping over our loved ones’ needs, time or boundaries, is self-care.

https://welldoing.org/article/sometimes-self-care-means-putting-yourself-first

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