When you hear the word “selfish”, does it make you cringe?
More often than not the answer is yes. The word “selfish” for most people is associated with nothing but a self-centred, cruel and immoral person – someone with complete disregard for everyone they encounter.
Generally, by definition any act “concerned chiefly with one’s own personal profit or pleasure” is selfish. Whilst in comparison being “selfless” (the opposite of selfish) is doing something for someone else despite self – that is, not expecting anything in return.
So when it comes to health…
Does prioritising OUR needs in order to survive
make us selfish or selfless?
You can’t be there to support others,
if you don’t look after yourself.
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