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Self-care is defined as a self-initiated and motivated function intended to improve one’s general health and well-being and it’s taken off in recent years. In fact, it more popular in modern U.S. history than ever before. A 2015 Pew Research Center study found that more millennials reported making self-care-related lifestyle improvements than the generation that came before them through workout regimens, diet plans, therapy and other changes. On Wednesday, March 6, Eastern Michigan University’s LGBTQ Resource Center is hosting a self-care series intended to introduce these positive practices into the lives of Southeast Michigan LGBTQ people.
“Join members of the LGBT Resource Center and Campus Life guest, Caroline Horste, for a discussion on self-care and exercises to practice self-care in your own life with a focus on the intricacies of LGBTQ+ mental health,” wrote event organizers. “LGBTQ+ and questioning folk only.”
The event will be co-hosted by Daisha Dominic of Queer Trans People of Color Conference, Lee Baker of TNQ and Horste.
The event will be held in the Halle Library located at 955 W Circle Dr, Ypsilanti, in room 302. For more information on this event go online to gaybe.am/cD.