The Limits of Self-Care

Arié Moyal
Coping with Capitalism
8 min readApr 10, 2024

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A white woman standing in a white-tiled shower. She has her hair wrapped in a white towel on top of her head, and her body is wrapped in another white towel. She is gripping the glass wall of the shower with her right hand.
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The self-care movement has become ubiquitous in our culture today. Social media feeds are flooded with tips and hacks for personal productivity, mindfulness practices, and elaborate self-care rituals. Wellness retreats, personalized coaching, and a whole industry of self-improvement products promise to help us overcome the challenges we face and thrive in our fast-paced, high-stress world.

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Arié Moyal
Coping with Capitalism

#landback #freepalestine Founder of HugTrain / Speaker, trainer, thinker/ Autistic & disabled/ Jewish, racialised, Amazigh, autiqueer