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Practicing Self-Care, Step-by-Step

BY: Trevor News
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If you find yourself feeling exhausted, overwhelmed, or just “off,” you’re not alone. Everyone needs to take care of themselves, even if it’s just enjoying a quick snack or doing simple breathing exercises. Self-care is essential, but it can be challenging to make time for it. And if you struggle with your mental health, it can be even tougher to make self-care a part of your routine.

To make self-care a little easier, we made a guide that will take you step-by-step through different forms of self-care. You don’t have to follow it to the letter, but we hope this guide brings you comfort and reminds you to nourish your body and mind!

Flowchart that details step-by-step different techniques for emotional regulation and self-care, like preparing a small snack, taking a walk, and reaching out to The Trevor Project.
Flowchart that details step-by-step different techniques for emotional regulation and self-care, like preparing a small snack, taking a walk, and reaching out to The Trevor Project.

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