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Let's talk self-care. Sarah James, a lifestyle blogger and self-help aficionado, is joined by bestie Kristen Howerton, a writer and psychotherapist, as they tackle the tricky and often elusive aspects of caring for ourselves. Their weekly conversations explore questions like: Why don’t I eat the way I should? How do I get enough sleep? What aspects of my personality make self-care tricky? And what’s the best way to deal with pubic hair? From the silly to the serious, Kristen and Sarah are taking a vulnerable and often humorous look at body, mind and spirit . . . and maybe a touch of the random, all while looking at the distractions and defenses that keep us from caring for ourselves like we should.

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    • Mental Health
    • 3.8, 6 Ratings

Let's talk self-care. Sarah James, a lifestyle blogger and self-help aficionado, is joined by bestie Kristen Howerton, a writer and psychotherapist, as they tackle the tricky and often elusive aspects of caring for ourselves. Their weekly conversations explore questions like: Why don’t I eat the way I should? How do I get enough sleep? What aspects of my personality make self-care tricky? And what’s the best way to deal with pubic hair? From the silly to the serious, Kristen and Sarah are taking a vulnerable and often humorous look at body, mind and spirit . . . and maybe a touch of the random, all while looking at the distractions and defenses that keep us from caring for ourselves like we should.

Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

Heathersharp1986 ,

Meh

I used to really enjoy this podcast when it was Sarah and Kristen alone talking about self care and everyday life and the occasional guest. Since Sarah has stepped back there is a guest on every podcast and most of them are uninteresting. The reason I listened was the relatability of Sarah and Kristen and not for random doctors to tell me about Botox. It’s a shame as I loved the old format.

Radical Self Acceptance ,

Disappointing

Had to turn it off after 20 minutes of talk about juice diets and plastic surgery. To say that this is meant to be a podcast about self care it sure seems to focus on how to change yourself rather than how to love yourself. We really should be looking at why we feel we need to spend money and time to achieve smaller pores on our face, or why we need to get on the next fad diet to change our body shape so that we are accepted by society. Just so depressing.

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