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Cheesy title right? Well, do you love yourself? If the answer is “yes”, that’s great! I’m proud of the fact you are content with who you are and that you can appreciate everything about yourself. That is exactly how it should be 🙂
But there are some people who don’t. They look at themselves in the mirror and cannot stand the person looking back at them. And… that’s really sad. If you’re one of those people, we need to get to work. Again, like all my advice most things take time, work and effort so be patient and soon you should learn to love who you are.
BECOME MORE POSITIVE
A negative outlook and a cynical attitude isn’t going to help you in feeling positive about yourself. What you need to do is become positive with what is around you and soon you will begin to notice a change in your attitude to yourself.
It’s human nature to have a moan now and again but complaining can trap us into a certain way of thinking. When we look for the negativity in people around us, we focus in on exactly that — the negative surrounding us. If we start looking towards things that inspires us in others you will learn how to love. Once you love others, you will learn to love yourself.
Growing confidence, as I’ve mentioned in the past is no easy feat. But my tips on growing your confidence is a sure-fire way to becoming the person you want to be and are happy being. Doing things that make you feel great such as working out, cutting out negativity and doing things on your own will make you realise what a strong person you are. And if that isn’t something to love, then I don’t know what is!
TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF
A good diet, plenty of exercise, meditation and taking your time with getting ready in the mornings are small but important things that will make you feel fab inside and out. Healthy living and self-pampering is how you learn to treat your body and soul.
Getting out of your comfort zone and taking on things you never thought you could will show you that you can face anything, big or small. That’s a wonderful quality in a person, being able to face fears. I know you can do it.
As I mentioned in a recent post it’s okay to be entirely you. Be yourself but learn to love you for who you are, not for what you think others will love you for.