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5 Super Benefits of A Self-Care/Self-Love Retreat

By the time I hit 50, I was spiritually, emotionally and physically drained.  Nothing appeared to be wrong on the outside, but on the inside, I was suffering.  I was diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, I wasn't sleeping well, and I felt tired all the time even when I did sleep.  To add insult to injury, I was also menopausal!  Ba combination all the way around.

My  Doctors and family insisted that I go on a retreat.  At first, I thought the idea was ridiculous.  I didn't want to take the time off work, I felt I could handle it, and frankly, I was afraid of the idea of focusing on just me.  For years I had used my family, my career as excuses for not dealing with the fact that I just wasn't well.

I finally decided to a leap of faith and take some time off.  Going on a retreat, changing my environment, and spending quality time with me was exactly what I needed.  I learned that taking that time off for yourself to get re-acquainted with you was invaluable.   Making the deci…

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