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How being selective about the people you keep around is an important form of self careJowayna Alfonso
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How being selective about the people you keep around is an important form of self care
“THERE IS NOTHING IN THE WORLD SO IRRESISTIBLY CONTAGIOUS AS LAUGHTER AND GOOD HUMOR.”
– CHARLES DICKENS
How being selective about the people you keep around is an important form of self care.
When we think of forms of self care, ideas like meditation,pampering and exercise usually come to mind. But one practice that’s easily overlooked which is just important is being selective about the people you choose to keep in your life.
Whether you realize it or not, the company you surround yourself with can impact you in significant ways. Life’s too short for negative people, anyway, so why not limit your social circles to a solid support system?
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