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Self Care Is Not Lazy

Self-care is such a buzzed about word. It’s not hard to find easy ways to take care of yourself, but I want to talk about the labels other people put on self-care. For example, there are some people who think self-care is lazy. I want to go through the three main things that I hear from other people about how self-care is wrong, with an extra side piece that doesn’t necessarily fit into the main problems but is a problem as well.

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Crazy Thoughts All Introverts Have

We’ll always get into situations we don’t want to be in, or do things we don’t want to do. It is simply a part of life. When you have connections or responsibilities, you can’t always get out of things you don’t want to do. We could also actually want to do those things, and then we are “done” with it after a short period of time too. You have that moment where your energy goes away, or you get tired of a situation or what people are saying around you.

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Introvert Myths

In season 1 of The Introvert’s Bubble, I had an episode about misconceived and preconceived notions of what introverts are like. I thought I would add a couple more that have been popping up lately and I have found particularly strange. These connect to the ones I mentioned last season, but have been added to. They think it makes the sayings more true for some reason. An example: “you’re a woman…” or “you’re a minority,” so you must be blank. These are the type of things that make you go “huh?”

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When Sorry Isn't Enough

We all make mistakes. Some are big and some are small. Of course we should apologize whenever we make mistakes, but there are instances where “sorry” just isn’t enough. There are so many people that don’t know how to apologize the right way. We are automatically told, especially as little kids, to just say sorry all the time and it’s not that helpful when we don’t get shown why we need to.

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