This is, undoubtedly true for women, but I would add that for men, we have been taught that achievement and professional success matter, not self-care, and thus the lessons in the article are equally true. A lot of women feel … Read More
This study is a little limited, in that they only surveyed women, and admit that it is a correlation study, meaning they didn’t attempt to determine if this was a cause and effect relationship, but I have talked to enough … Read More
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Interesting findings, and maybe something that shines more light around some things we’ve seen going back years about how much staying in contact with patients helps them stay connected. “In the first randomized controlled trial of its kind, a research … Read More
You can read the article below for suggestions of things you should give yourself credit for. Then it’s up to you to understand how much you really do accomplish, even in the face of COVID-19, violence, and mass uncertainty.
Her list might even spark some ideas for some other, small, things you can do, and then give yourself credit for doing.
What are you giving yourself credit for today?