Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Advertisements

Feminine Health

Self care is refusing to argue with people who are committed to misunderstanding you

Self care is refusing to argue with people who are committed to misunderstanding you

Self care is refusing to argue with people who have a wrong opinion about you and those who are committed to misunderstanding you.

Self care is loving yourself above your relationships with other people and refusing to be abused in the name of love.

Self care is being mindful of your own needs, so that you are better able to support the people you care about without draining yourself.

Advertisements

When you take care of yourself and are not stressed, you will be a better person and also be able to meet the needs of others.

Why is self care important? This is one question many Nigerian women fail to ask themselves as they crave love, companionship and friendship.

As a Nigerian woman, you need to know that self care is important because it helps you maintain a healthy relationship with yourself. It produce positive feelings and boosts your confidence and self-esteem.

Self care is refusing to argue with people who are committed to misunderstanding you

When you care for yourself, you remind yourself and others that you are important and your needs are important too. This will help you stay sane, motivated and healthy.

Self care is not just about your mental health. It’s also about caring for your physical self, by eating healthy foods, enjoying adequate sleep, caring about your hygiene, exercising regularly, and building meaningful friendships.

Here are five tips for self care:

Live Healthy: Eat healthy foods, get enough sleep, exercise regularly, and avoid drugs and alcohol. Manage stress and go for regular medical check ups.

Practice good hygiene: Good hygiene is an important aspect of self care. When you take good care of your body, you improve the way others view you and how you view yourself.

Meet up with friends: As you go through life, you need to build your relationship with other people. You need friends in your life’s journey.

Do something you enjoy everyday: It may be exercising, dancing, watching your favorite TV show, working in the garden, painting or reading.

Relax, relax and relax: Don’t forget to live life to the full without cares and worries. You can relax with meditation, doing yoga, going for a massage and facials or listening to cool music.

Advertisements
Written By

I am a woman who is passionate about empowering other women to live their best lives and be free from unhealthy societal expectations. I'm a journalist and a columnist with a reputable media house. I educate, inspire and encourage women to embrace their uniqueness fully. I am a mother to an intelligent girl. I love perfumes.

Comments

You May Also Like

Feminine Health

Many women are dealing with sagging breasts. Even though they always want to look good and have enviable bodies, they find it nearly impossible...

Feminine Health

Do you know that those pineapple skin peels you throw away have health benefits that your body needs? Pineapple is one of the most...

Feminine Health

Many women may not like the pungent, lingering smell of raw garlic but they cannot deny that this heavy duty spice is a health...

Heart Matters

If you must be a side chick, you must follow the side chick code of conduct. This is because being the other woman is...

Parent's Corner

Dear Nigerian parents, teach your daughters that there’s more to life than male attention. Teach them to go through life doing what they want...

Social Media Sparks

Facebook is an interesting place. You will meet different kinds of people on Facebook. On that street called Facebook, you will find the good,...

Thoughts and opinions

Nigerian women should stop feeling guilty for putting themselves first in relationships. It is okay for women to look out for their interests and...

Stories

Craig Armstead killed a 31-year-old lady, Kerri Harris who was a coworker because she refused to date him. This guy pursued this lady for...

Advertisements