Self-Care

This list includes every page tagged with "Self-Care."

  • By Laura Solomon
    From Braver/Wiser
    Years ago, I did one of those mud run obstacle races. There were eight physical obstacles on the course, but my biggest learning was that we all had a ninth obstacle.
  • By Peter A. Levine
    From WorshipWeb
    “Trauma is not what happens to us, but what we hold inside in the absence of an empathetic witness.”
  • By Alix Klingenberg
    From Braver/Wiser
    We all have our foibles; pieces of ourselves that we both admire and occasionally revile. These gifts and struggles exist in tandem.
  • By Adrienne Maree Brown
    From WorshipWeb
    Pleasure reminds us to enjoy being alive and on purpose... Pleasure—embodied, connected pleasure—is one of the way we know when we are free. That we are always free. That we always have the power to co-create the world. Pleasure helps us move through the times that are unfair, through grief and...
  • By Shari Woodbury
    From WorshipWeb
    May the grace of the world leave a lasting imprint in you.
  • By Sarah Ban Breathnach
    Updated and expanded for everyone who loved the original Simple Abundance — and a whole new generation that needs it now more than ever — this guide continues to lead us to more fulfilling, harmonious, and joyful lives
  • By Tomo Hillbo
    From Braver/Wiser
    The crisis was an opportunity to learn to be fully me and love it, inner turmoil and all. I learned that strength comes from authenticity, never from perfection.
  • By Katie Romano Griffin
    From Braver/Wiser
    I was made this way, in this body and this skin. Like all beings, I have an inherent good that cannot be eclipsed.
  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    From Braver/Wiser
    We can be cheerleaders for simple joys (even when we don't share them) and compassionate about the fact that we’re all just trying to survive.
  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    From WorshipWeb
    In her 1975 theological treatise Suffering, German liberation theologian Dorothee Söelle* examines the ways that suffering can knit humans beings closer together, and can draw us more fully into the process of loving. She uses the term apatheia, “the inability to suffer,” to describe the...