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Why We Need Each Other

And the concept of emotional self-care.

Why We Need Each Other

“No matter how much we meditate or pray, we still need others to help us dismantle the walls of our isolation and remind us of our belonging.” – Tara Brach

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Last month I was leading a work-life balance retreat for a group of twenty successful female executives(which I describe as “the care and feeding of your heart”). She said she thought women were supposed to be strong, armored and –no matter what.

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