Click here to read a great article from Psychology Today on a simple prescription for self-love.
What’s the key to self-love?
Being your own best friend.
Our BEST friend, Debbie Hampton, is the creator, writer and moderator of The BEST Brain Possible, a comprehensive website of resources, strategies, tips and information about brain health and overall wellness. Hampton, a brain injury survivor and mental health and wellness advocate, has shared her own personal story and her journey forward to healing and happiness.
Debbie Hampton chronicles her experiences and learning how to become her own best friend instead of her own worst enemy.
Click here to read.
- regard for one’s own well-being and happiness
The definition of self-love shown above is the dictionary definition.
On its own, it’s great.
But how can take the definition of self-love from great to SUPER? How can we take self-love and help it soar to new heights for the real-life superheroes of the brain injury community?
Here are three ideas.
Self-love is empowered and unique. We are empowered to love ourselves in whatever ways work best for us. Self-love is different for everyone and that’s okay.
Self-love is creative. Self-love challenges us to look at new and creative ideas, while keeping an open mind to see things in fresh ways.
Self-love inspires others. When we love ourselves, it shows, and it inspires others to do the same!
For the BEST community, we are passionate about self-love and self-care. And when we work on these things by sharing ideas and supporting each other, together, we soar like superheroes taking flight!
We think that’s the BEST definition for self-love.
Welcome to Brain Injury Awareness Month, Creativity is a Superpower! Here’s our special schedule for the month:
Today, March 1, 2020, we begin with Self-Love Sunday. Here are 31 creative things to think about to show yourself a little love on this important month of awareness, learning, support and inspiration.