“A Face-Mask Will Do Me Good”: What We Get Wrong about “Self-Care”

I have unscrupulously indulged in shopping for clothes because “it made me feel better”, spent extravagantly on meals because “I was having a good time” and bought expensive hair products as “an investment in my future self”. I was slowly but surely haemorrhaging my bank account under the guise of “self-care”, yet I wasn’t feeling any good.

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