On the importance of Self-care to overcome depression with Sheleen Johnson

Today I introduce you to self-care coach Sheleen Johnson to discuss how self-care can help people experiencing depression.

We covered self-care (what it is and what it isn’t), burn-out and how to prevent it, how to care for yourself when you are feeling down.

I hope you will enjoy this interview.

To reach Sheleen:

https://www.dansmapeau.co.uk/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/feelgoodaboutyouwithsheleen/

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