Are You Guilty of Holding Your Pee?
Are you guilty of holding your pee?
Holding our pee is just one example of how we tend to ignore our body’s signals.
Think about it – how many times have you pushed through hunger or exhaustion because you were too busy or too focused on other things?
Our bodies are constantly sending us signals, but we often ignore them in favor of our busy lives. It’s easy to get disconnected from our bodies and forget to listen to what they’re telling us. This can lead to burnout, stress, and a host of other health problems.
Learning to tune in to our bodies and honor their signals is an important part of self-care. Whether it’s recognizing when we need to take a break, honoring our hunger signals, or taking that bathroom break, we need to learn to listen to our bodies if we want to live healthy, happy lives.
Take a moment today to check in with your body.
- What is it telling you?
- Are you hungry, tired, or in need of a break?
- Are you comfortable or uncomfortable?
By learning to honor our body’s signals, we can take better care of ourselves and live our lives to the fullest.
Want to learn more?
Hi! I’m Shelly 😊 I help women with a lot going on develop a healthier relationship with their food and bodies, at any size.
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