Love Yourself to Bliss

As I begun to love myself my relationships with everyone changed!

What completely transformed the quality of my relationships is when I started honoring and valuing myself before others.

In the past I was constantly thinking about others and how to please them. I thought the kinder and more accommodating I was the more they would like me, the more I was worthy of their company and their love. I was always trying to prove myself in the hope that they would give me my sense of worth, my sense of value, my sense of self.

Until I realized at some point, no one can do that or give that to me.

Its already inside me. I just needed to dig deep enough to find it.

As I started connecting to parts of myself I hadn’t before, I learned that underneath my story, my inner critic, my false beliefs was myself and my precious heart.

There was love within. Love for myself and others. But if I wanted to tap into that love I had to dig deeper. When I started to dig deeper began to feel that I am a person of value. Someone deserving of love and nurturing.

The more I dug, the more I began to believe in myself and the more I focused on my dreams, my wants, my needs and desires.

When I empowered myself and practiced self love and kindness, I noticed that my relationships started to change.

Some changed for the worse and had to go. Others, stayed with me, evolved and grew into something more authentic, valuable, vulnerable and caring.

You too can learn to love and empower yourself!

You don’t need anyone to do that for you, but you do need someone to show you how.

If this is you, don’t hesitate to reach out. There is a different way that gets you the love you deserve.

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A self love meditation. A great way to practice self love!

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Eliza says:

    Love this!
    Love is the underpinning of life…
    💕💕💕

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    1. I m glad you found it useful! thanks for stopping by and commenting!

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  2. I’m not a people pleaser but I have a strong marriage. If I don’t take care of myself I can’t take care of anyone..

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    1. Me too! It’s nice to hear your marriage is strong! So often I hear about divorce! Thanks for reading and commenting! Hope you found something of value for yourself.

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