How Loving Yourself Can Truly Change Your Life


If you are reading this right now I believe that you have mustered every ounce of courage to finally teach yourself the essence of self-love.

As you go into your venture of attaining self-love, you will be surprised with the discoveries you make. You will see how a little self-love could help you turn yourself into someone you’ve always dreamed of becoming, just imagine what a lot could do!

When you love yourself, you give yourself a chance to open up to the world. You develop a talent or a skill you never thought you had in you. You try new things. You unlock potentials. You get involved with people and at the same time get in touch with your inner self too. You learn that there are people out there just like you, struggling for that ardently desired self-love.

When you love yourself, you find it easier to accept compliments. You learn to compliment yourself as well. When you look in the mirror you see beauty. You know that you are human, innately flawed and beautiful at the same time. You accept these human traits and regard them as symbols of your survival.

When you love yourself, you are giving yourself the chance to accept the love people give you. You realize that you do deserve the kind of love you try to give everyone else. You don’t spill all the love you have for the wrong people, not anymore. You realize your worth, and you realize that settling for less is not what you deserve.

When you love yourself, you become more genuine. You don’t try to hide behind the things-that-will-make-people-like-me facade. You know the fact that you can never please everyone and so you don’t.

When you love yourself, you give yourself the chance to be happy.

You don’t mull over the negative and insignificant thoughts of people around you. You do what makes you happy and you do this without getting in the way of other people’s happiness.

When you love yourself, you become stronger. You learn how to fight when you have to. You know the difference between giving up and knowing when to stop fighting. You become more connected with your emotions and you know that being strong does not necessarily mean you can’t cry.

If you are reading this but you are still on the process of gathering all that courage, then you must agree with me when I say that it isn’t easy, but I do hope you agree with me too when I say that it will all be worth it.