In this episode, Dr. Natasha Goodman, PhD, LPC and Camille Tenerife, LMFT join Amber Dee on the couch to dive into How to Practice Self-Love.
Dr. Natasha Goodman is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Doctor of Philosophy with a license to practice in Georgia. Goodman specializes in helping clients create a solid foundation and solid relationships to live their best life. She believes meeting clients where they are is important and helps build rapport for a successful therapeutic relationship.
Camille Tenerife is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She provides a space where people can come and show up as they are, unedited, raw, and vulnerable. Tenerife specializes in career counseling, race-based trauma, and COVID-19 support.
In this episode:
- What is self-love?
- What self-love is not.
- Does working out count as self-love?
- What are some ways to practice self-love?
- Where are your self-love practicing coming from?
- What do when you feel that caring for yourself is selfish?
- After me, you come first.
- Life is what you make it.
- It’s hard because it’s hard.
- You can’t pour from an empty cup.
- Being single is not bad and you did not fail at life.
- Checking in with myself is the basis of my self-love.
- Self-love is really accepting yourself fully as you are.
- Being able to set boundaries is not only self-love but self-care.
- Often times we forget our behaviors are being watched by other people especially our children.
Remember, your mental health is wealth.