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Why Is It So Hard to Focus On Our Own Healing?

Why is it so hard to focus on what’s best for ourselves?

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Why is it so difficult to focus on what we each need? I’m not talking about food, health, and wellness. I’m talking about the soul-deep thing of loving ourselves and putting ourselves first. Not in the egotistical way of being self-centered, but truly caring about the person we have trapped…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Doreen Barker

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