Your Continuing Journey...
Healing the symptoms of compassion fatigue is an inside job. You've been loyal to your self-care plan, clarified personal boundaries in both your personal and professional life, and now understand your negative behaviors and their origins. As you continue to do the necessary internal work, you will reap the benefits. Your life will begin to change for the better.
In order to move forward on your path to wellness, you must continually commit to authentic self-care that includes:
Health-building activities such as exercise, massage, yoga, meditation.
Eating healthy foods
Drinking plenty of water
Use natural healing products to care for and heal your body
Practicing the art of self-management. Just say no
Developing a healthy support system: people who contribute to your self esteem, people who listen well, people who care
Organizing your life so you become proactive as opposed to reactive
Reserving your life energy for worthy causes. Choose your battles.
Living a balanced life: Sing, dance, sit with silence
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With more than 20 years of training experience, CFAP Founder Patricia Smith writes, speaks and facilitates workshops in service of those who care for others.
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