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Self-Care

Any practice that contributes to one’s physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual health with the intentions of maintaining and restoring health, replenishing energy, nourishing the soul, or managing stress is a form of self-care. Led by the work of Black feminist scholars, self-care has a history within feminist and queer communities as a revolutionary act in response to trauma. Within a clinical framework, self-care is viewed as those individual acts we can perform to prevent and manage illness, in partnership with healthcare professionals.

Elisa Shankle, Cofounder of Healhaus, Shares Her Wellness Routine in a Difficult Time

The entrepreneur and community leader on healing, boundaries, and tuning into yourself.

Meet Alex Elle, the 27-Year-Old Writer Who’s on a Mission to Empower Women to Love Themselves

Alex discusses motherhood, practicing self-love, standing up to bullies, and overcoming obstacles. So find yourself a relaxing space and read this interview with this seriously inspiring woman!

Elisa Shankle Is Encouraging Her Community to Be Brave and Heal

“Vulnerability is scary. I associate bravery with vulnerability because it takes bravery to be vulnerable,” the Brooklyn wellness expert says.

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