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Best of Our Blogs: April 3, 2018

There’s the fact that you have to deal with it forever. And there’s the reaction you get from loved ones, your community and even society as a whole.

Having an illness isn’t an easy way to live. It’s more isolating and harder to take when you feel misunderstood and judged.

One of the ways to buffer against this feeling of rejection is to spend time getting to know what makes you happy and do that. It’s also about de-stressing, taking care of yourself, exercising to boost your self-esteem and finding friends that want to understand your illness.

As you’ll read this week, even the most impossible situations can blossom with light, love and nurturing.

The 3 Key Areas of Self-Awareness and How to Build Them
(Childhood Emotional Neglect) – You’ll be happier and healthier if you pay attention to this.

5 Simple Ways To Relax After a Stressful Day
(Reaching Life Goals) – Got stress? These activities will melt it all away.

Physical Activities That Boost Self-Esteem, According to Research
(NLP Discoveries) – If you’re waiting to feel better about yourself before you hit the gym, you need to read this.

How to Make Friends and Avoid the Pain of Social Rejection
(Dysfunction Interrupted) – Growing up in a dysfunctional family can affect your ability to attract healthy friendships. To change that, here’s how to draw the right people into your life.

Is Your Best Leading to Burnout?
(Weightless) – This could be the real reason why you’re a hard worker, but it could be taking a toll on your physical and emotional health.

Source: psychcenteral