When Alysha St. Germain asked to interview me about self-care and loss, I paused before I said yes. Self-care? Do I even practice self-care? Am I a good candidate for this topic? My answers surprised me.
After reflecting, I realized that I actually practice self-care every single day. For me the foundation of self-care comes down to one thing: Choice. What am I choosing in any moment? How am I feeling based on this choice? Do I want to choose something else or not? How does this affect my experience of loss? My experience of life?
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I’m posting this interview not only to share my personal experiences of loss, self-care and more, but also so that we can have a conversation. I love open dialogue on these issues and I invite you to engage with me and others.
One of the questions Alysha asks me is: “What are your top three tips for being intentional with yourself after loss?” I’m curious if my practices and experiences resonate with you. And I’d love to hear your top three tips for self-care and other thoughts that surface after you watch the video.
Please join the conversation by leaving your comments below!
Last but not least, I’m sending an enthusiastic “high five” and thank you to Alysha St. Germain for the wonderful work she is doing in the world. I encourage you to check out her inspiring blog at AnIntentionalFuture.com! She has countless gems to offer and is certainly a treasure to those who are discovering how to live beyond loss in fulfilling ways.
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