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- Not Sure What to Watch Next? Here’s What Our Editors Are Binge-Watching Right Nowby Ashley Selleke on January 15, 2022 at 6:15 am
All of my life, my mother has had a strict 9 p.m. bedtime. No matter what function we attended, tasks The post Not Sure What to Watch Next? Here’s What Our Editors Are Binge-Watching Right Now appeared first on The Everygirl.
- The Hobby You Should Try Next, Based on Your Enneagramby Josie Santi on January 15, 2022 at 6:10 am
Hobbies are a pressure-free way to relax, wind down, and enjoy yourself. Pursuing a hobby is not about being the The post The Hobby You Should Try Next, Based on Your Enneagram appeared first on The Everygirl.
- How To Increase Your Libido in 2022, According To Sex Expertsby Josie Santi on January 15, 2022 at 6:05 am
If the last thing you want to do RN is turn on some Marvin Gaye and get it on or The post How To Increase Your Libido in 2022, According To Sex Experts appeared first on The Everygirl.
- I Finally Lost Those 10 Pounds—Here’s Why It Didn’t Change My Lifeby Maddie Galassi on January 15, 2022 at 6:02 am
For as long as I can remember, I’ve wanted to change something about my body. When I was in high The post I Finally Lost Those 10 Pounds—Here’s Why It Didn’t Change My Life appeared first on The Everygirl.
- Our Editors’ Winter Uniforms (That Aren’t Just a Black Parka and Boots)by Maddie Galassi on January 14, 2022 at 9:38 pm
Winter is known for a lot of things but never exactly for its clothes. It can feel like from the The post Our Editors’ Winter Uniforms (That Aren’t Just a Black Parka and Boots) appeared first on The Everygirl.
The Chalkboard A Guide to Living Well
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- Archetype Family: Caring
- Other Expressions: Nurturer, Mother, Lover, Sister, Teacher, Rescuer, Homemaker, Heroine, Best Friend, Companion
- Life Journey: Care for others in ways they are unable to care for themselves.
- Unique Challenge: Fear of being thought of as selfish.
- Lesson To Learn: Learning to help when it’s really needed.
- Defining Grace: Compassion
- Challenge To Self: How can I dedicate more time for myself so I have more stamina to care for others? Can I give myself the freedom to explore what truly makes me happy?
THE TEACHER: Confident as they are curious, archetypal teachers are excellent listeners who are also willing to admit when they don’t know something. Seldom shy or at a loss for words, many succeed at teaching because they are charismatic.
THE PARENT: Parents are reliable, compassionate, stern but yielding, and very organized, with an unsurpassed ability to listen without imposing their own point of view too quickly.
THE RESCUER: Rescuers are courageous and selfless, throwing themselves into dangerous situations because they genuinely want and need to help, not for fame or glory.
The BFF BFFs are the people you know you can turn to at the worst and best of times. They are there when the going gets tough and ready for fun when the living is easy.
THE MENTOR Unselfishly open to those hungry to learn, great Mentors give confidence to those who need it.
THE NURSE Nurses are able to stay calm and function in emergencies. They have strong powers of endurance as well, so that they can continue giving care over long periods of time.
THE VICTIM Whether enslaved or codependent, Caregivers who go too far will end up Victims, not just of the people for whom they are caring but of their own guilt and feelings of inadequacy.
THE CODEPENDENT Caregivers can become ensnared in situations beyond their control and wrongly take responsibility when things go badly.