Self-love is a state of appreciation for oneself that grows from actions that support our physical, psychological and spiritual growth.
It’s difficult to love yourself when all the odds are stacked up against you. But loving yourself is exactly what you will need to do the most in those times. It’s easy to wallow in self-pity, let go of yourself, and give up. But it will never change your situation. Why not try a different approach?
Pamper yourself, teach yourself stuff, take yourself out, and in no time you will start feeling better about yourself. You will radiate happiness and others will be in awe of your personality.
To love oneself is the beginning of a life-long romance.
Recognise what you’re good at. We’re all good at something, whether it’s cooking, singing, doing puzzles or being a friend. The last one gives you the opportunity to build more positive friendships. Also it is enormously important to be kind to yourself, if something doesn’t work out then it was a lesson not a curse.
Give yourself a challenges, for example start saying ”no”, when you actually want to say no. For now on let’s be assertive!
- Make peace with your insecurities. Acknowledge your lingering insecurities and forgive yourself for having them.
- Accept that perfection doesn’t exist and accept your “flaws”.
- Discover what is important to you.
- Grow in ways that support what’s important to you.
- Rinse and repeat.
We work on loving ourselves so that we can overcome our limiting thoughts and live a life that truly shines. The answer to everything lies in self-love. Practicing self-love would allow you to be good to yourself and in the process become a better human being.
It means accepting your emotions for what they are and putting your physical, emotional and mental well-being first. So now we know that self-love motivates you to make healthy choices in life. When you hold yourself in high esteem, you’re more likely to choose things that nurture your well-being and serve you well.
Make peace with your broken pieces.