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How Good Are You At Taking Care Of Yourself?

Take this quiz, because you deserve to feel better.

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    Stayed hydrated.
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    Stretched.
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    Taken the time to properly moisturize.
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    Given yourself a small massage, dry brushed, scratched yourself with a head or back scratcher, or something similarly sensory.
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    Kept your (however brilliant) shower thoughts at bay and focused on how good the water felt.
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    Done your laundry.
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    Changed your sheets.
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    Made yourself a meal you love.
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    Enjoyed that meal without any distractions.
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    Made some low-stakes art or craft.
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    Read a fun, light-hearted book.
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    Spent time outdoors.
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    Jammed to a song or playlist that made you happy.
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    Taken a little time each day to keep your living space clutter-free.
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    Made a concentrated effort to turn off your phone, computer, or TV.
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    Taken yourself to the movies, gone solo to a museum, etc.
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    Chilled with some animals, if you're into that.
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    Napped when you needed one.
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    Masturbated.
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    Planned something for yourself to look forward to.
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    Taken time to appreciate something nice that happened.
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    Written that thing down in a gratitude list.
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    Considered progress you've made in some part of your life.
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    Recorded that in a pick-me-up journal.
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    Talked honestly and openly to a loved one.
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    Talked honestly and openly to multiple loved ones.
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    Tried earnestly and without expectations to understand someone better.
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    Said no to something that felt overwhelming.
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    Written down your negative thoughts, if just to get them out of you.
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    Planned ahead of time so you weren't stressed later.
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    Downloaded a de-stressing or meditation app.
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    Let yourself cry.
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    Talked to a mental health professional (see below to find free and affordable resources).

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