Process your grief, protect your mental health, and find moments of happiness with these 100 self-care activities specifically designed for difficult and distressing situations.
When faced with loss or trauma, the grief can oftentimes feel overwhelming. It can feel difficult, if not impossible, to focus your attention elsewhere. And yet, during hard times is the perfect time to look inwards for support and practice self-care. Tuning in to your personal needs and taking the time to create a thoughtful self-care practice can make all the difference in moving forward in a healthy way.
In Self-Care for Grief, you’ll find 100 self-care activities that are specifically designed to help you protect your mental health, even while grieving.
You’ll find useful activities like: -Cooking to honor your loss -Practicing saying “No” -Naming your emotions -And many more
No matter what the circumstances are, Self-Care for Grief has the activities you need to de-stress, stay calm, and even find moments of joy in the most challenging of times.
Nneka M. Okona is a freelance journalist who has written about self-care, wellness, and grief for Well + Good, MindBodyGreen, The Washington Post, Headspace, and Yahoo Life among many others. A budding tarot enthusiast, forever wandering spirit, lover of hours-long cooking projects, and aspiring yin yogi, Nneka lives in Atlanta, Georgia.