If You Don't Want To End Up In The Wrong Relationship, Then Read This
We’ve all been told that putting ourselves first can be a sign of selfishness or narcissism. However, is self-love selfish? And, can you practice self-love in a relationship?
When we think of a person who generally puts their needs before others, we think of them as having narcissistic personality disorder or downright egotistical. At the same time, learning to love ourselves isn’t about putting our needs on a golden pedestal – it’s about recognizing and honoring our own intrinsic value.
And when we do that, everything else in our lives falls into place in a peaceful way. We’re more likely to take care of ourselves, both mentally and physically, be kinder and show more compassion with others. People who believe they are worthy of love tend to have better success, relationships, higher salaries, feel more confident in themselves, and are more attractive.
No matter what you have been told, self-love can be taught so you can receive an abundance of love in the most healthy way. Find out why it’s time to CHOOSE YOU!
Here Are Five Self-Love Tips You Cannot Live Without:
1. Finding Your Happiness
Everyone deserves to be happy but when someone seeks their happiness externally through a partner, social media validation, or finances this can leave you feeling empty if they were to disappear tomorrow. Creating happiness starts and ends with you. It’s a choice you have to be willing to make each and every day.
Often people think being happy is some grand gesture, euphoric feeling, or an achievement in life. In reality, it can be as simple as engaging in a passion project, doing self-care routines, setting boundaries for internal peace, spending time with those who inspire you, or listening to music. It