Go on a Date with - Yourself

Go on a Date with - Yourself

Riddhi Doshi 22/07/2020 4
Go on a Date with - Yourself

Let's spend some time on oneself today.

When you read this, the first thought that comes to your mind is, "Do I have time for myself?" 

Ha..you are right! 

You really don't have time to spend for yourself. You tend to spend time for all the things on earth - right from cooking, gossiping, getting in arguments with mother-in-law, for your child and your husband and sleeping too. But no time for your own self. 

My dear Women, it is very very important to spend time on and for your own self as that's self care and self care is therapeutic. Time can be spent with your own self by doing meditation, going for walks (leaving your mobiles at home), going for massages, going for a cup of coffee with your girls gang, sitting idly with a cup of tea/coffee, listening to music, dancing, giving a movement to your feelings, and so on. 

Now why is this important? Few points to make you understand why spending time with own self is important: 

1. It works tremendously on maintaining positive mental health.

2. It improves your emotional well being.

3. It works on your immunity.

4. It's kind of feel good factor for you.

5. It helps structure your thought process. 

With so many benefits, aren't you ready to heal your mind? 

So what are you waiting for? Let's do it today itself. 

Remember, spending time with one self is not being self centred, it means to take care of your own self to be well equipped to take care of your friends and family.

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  • Daniel Harding

    I can't spend time with myself because I have a family of 5. It's very complicated.

  • Mandy Pring

    When I am bored, I put some make-up on and date myself.

  • Julia Willies

    Excellent article

  • Jenna Robinson

    I feel more confident, thank you !

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Riddhi Doshi

Mental Health Expert

Riddhi Doshi trains and coaches corporate leaders, educators and parents on issues of mental health and behavior. She is an internationally certified Parenting & Behaviour Coach. In past 15+ years she has conducted 2540+ open workshops, delivered 87000+ hours of talks, 53000+ hours of counseling sessions covering 59000+ students and 62,000+ women from various fields. Parenting sessions conducted by Riddhi are housefull and recent;y she completed her 366th Parenting session. She has been a speaker and advisor at various institutions and organizations including IIM, Ahmedabad, Rotary Club, Tata Power, Larson & Toubro and The Time of India. She holds an MBA in HRD, LLM and numerous other professional certifications from prestigious international institutions including University of Cambridge, BSY University, London, City & Guilds, London, Tata Institute of Social Sciences and NMIMS, Mumbai. She has been awarded with “National Award for Cultural Activities by AVANTIKA- Delhi”, “Excellence in Wellness”, “Young Entrepreneurs Award”, “Self Made Diva Award” among various others. With a mission to “make corporate leaders, educators and parents empowered and more aware about mental health & wellness”, Riddhi regularly gives interviews on leading media platforms. She loves to interact with corporate leaders, educators and parents to discuss about women issues, child psychology and parenting challenges.


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