The tightening pressures at work and at home can make caring for ourselves (and each other) as humans feel like a luxury so out of reach, it’s naïve to consider. It may feel unsophisticated or outside of what we recognize as health or mental health standards of care. Caring for ourselves is not naïve or unsophisticated. It’s our own social-emotional learning work. It’s cutting-edge science.
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