Did you also grow up thinking that self care was selfish? I did. And for most of my life, any time the focus was on me, I felt so much shame and discomfort.
I was way more comfortable with putting the focus on others.
…The funny thing was that putting the focus on others still left me constantly obsessing about me, which just made me feel even more guilty!
So then I was depriving myself and still feeling guilty…No fun.
Can you relate?
Do you struggle with having inconsistent self care?
If you do then you might also relate to planning to self care but then something else always coming up that prevents you from actually taking time for you?
Perhaps you stay up way too late, push your body past the point of exhaustion, overwork, overeat, overextend yourself, spend time obsessing and worrying or alternate between caffeine and sleeping pills just to function?
If any of that used to happen for you or still does, I want you to know that you are so not alone.
95% of the women I talk with struggle with having consistent self care.
Which is why when my dear friend Anahita Joon told me that she has a free Master class series starting Oct 5th called The Art Of Receiving, and asked me to contribute a master class training on the Art Of Self Care, I was so in!
If you want to check it out you can get the whole series for free by clicking the link below:
I’ll send you a little reminder next week so you can tune in to my specific day, and you’ll also love hearing from the other experts who will be sharing how they have cracked the code to receiving, and focusing on themselves without the guilt.
I used to think self care was just a matter of having better time management. But when I finally got honest with myself, I had to admit that I was avoiding self care.
Part of that was straight up guilt, part of that was not feeling deserving and part of that was that I didn’t actually know how to self care.
I mean, I knew that things like getting sleep, drinking water and having a massage we types of self care, but I didn’t know how to go from my chaotic way of doing life to all of a sudden self caring without feeling guilty about it.
That’s why I’m excited to share with you my 4-Part Self Care Strategy for integrating self care effortlessly into your day, without the guilt. 😉
So, if when you get honest with yourself, you sense that perhaps it’s not just that you’re too busy but that something else might be holding you back from self caring to, then I encourage you to join me on the Art of Receiving Series for my master class training on the art of self care and I’ll show you what to do to get past that.
I’m excited for you to have a self care breakthrough because I know what a game changer it was for me and I know you know that you can only go so far and help so many people if you’re constantly depleting your resources in order to do it.
We’ve all been there. And it’s time to do it differently.
So if you’re ready to do it differently, and you’re serious about wanting to help more people then come join me on for this free Master Class on The Art of Self Care and let’s move you beyond the guilt and into receiving the GIFTS and GUIDANCE that life has to offer you 🙂
You’re worth it.
In dedication of all things raw, real and recovered,