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Self Care Isn't One Size Fits All

Youth Perspective

Phoenix Medley

In recent years, self-care has blown up on social media, and there have been plenty of benefits. However, like most trends on the internet, there have also been downsides. Instead of self-care being something unique and specific to each person, people have felt pressured to participate in the #selfcare trend in only a few select ways. Rather than showing what self-care is—a rejuvenative process focused on the individual—the trend has been towards making it a competition to see who is the “best” at self-care.


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