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The lost art of self-care

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The lost art of self-care

Chris Molyneux
16 June 2022

In my last article, I focused on the relationship that we create with our patients and an argument for the biopsychosocial model. This model speaks of taking into account, not only the biological presentation of our patients, but also the psychological and social factors which may include a whole host of influences and needs, primarily for patients, but also ourselves. In this article, I would like to turn my attention to a potentially more uncomfortable and often overlooked relationship that is also of vital importance — our relationship with self.

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