Self-care is super important in general because it allows us to be healthy individuals when we take care of ourselves. This is why the Bible shares as the greatest commandment for us to love God with all of our hearts, and to love our neighbors as we love ourselves.
It’s even harder to take care of and love ourselves when we are responsible for taking care of other people that we love such as our parents. Care-takers, in general, often find it hard to balance taking care of themselves and others.
Studies show that after a loved one passes; care-takers left behind should get checked out at the hospital because often they’ve neglected themselves and may need to ensure they are still healthy. With millennials coming into more maturity and responsibility as adults by taking care of others and their affairs below are some things to do to assist in practicing self-care.
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