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Debra Camarillo and Adriana Escobar attend Xinachtli National Collectiva Intergenerational Working Group Retreat Los Angeles, CA. Debra Camarillo attends the Xinachtli Curriculum Training Colorado Springs, Colorado

Cuidado impacts your next seven generations to come...

Instead of self-care, I prefer to use cuidado. In Spanish, when you say cuidado, it projects a sense of protection and nurturing. This is an Indigenous approach as compared to the western view of self-care, being one dimensional. The indigenous approach is multidimensional and values interconnectedness to others and all our relatives. Cuidado offers a better insight to care. When we look at self-care and healing, we should remember it has a dual focus of protection and nurturing. It’s also important to remember and acknowledge what makes up the self: spiritual, mental, emotional, physical. Spiritual is the essence of who you are, that which gives us life. Mental is the thinking patterns. Em

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