Slipping off social media even for a day or two can be so therapeutic. There’s other energies that speak and it can be difficult to discern their truths.
Self-care isn’t always immanent until that last straw pushes us to withdrawal from it all and we listen to those burning aches.
We stop the self-inflictions that only collude to self-abuse.
What if we replaced depreciation with a soothing salty soak, a soft walk with trees beaming and chamomilla tea to ease?
What if we just slept and turned the clock to stop when we needed to?
Why wait for the anvil of a headache to bring us home to quiet’s hues?
Let's learn to give ourselves tender love.
When soul is tired
rest, dream and
Carolyn Riker is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in private practice. She is also an author of three books. Her most recent book is "My Dear, Love Hasn't Forgotten You."