page How We Restore Balance in Life
While we're busy caring for others, let's not forget to be kind to ourselves.
Most of us give generously of our time and energy to family members, friends, and co-workers--and often ignore our own needs. It may not be until we become physically or mentally exhausted, or financially depleted, that we wake up and pay attention to our own needs. At that point we remember the wisdom of the flight attendant: Put on your oxygen mask first, and then you'll be able to help others.
Beliefnet members share the experiences that made them realize they had to start taking care of themselves--and what they're doing about it.
Read the first tip on restoring balance.
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