Take care of yourself!
You already know that is important, right? There are so many articles and posts about this. I am sure you have seen them. But I offer no apologies for repeating it.
Because sometimes we all just need a reminder to keep doing it. I know I do!
Or perhaps you might think that is selfish. Sometimes preachers will tell you that to love yourself is selfish. But I am here to tell you that it is never selfish to love yourself!
In fact it is absolutely necessary so that you can be your best self for others. So it is exactly the opposite of selfish.
When you exercise regularly, you become more confident and cheerful. What could possibly be wrong with that?
If you take the time to do a gratitude meditation, you will be a happier version of yourself. Which is so much more pleasant for everyone else.
Meditation in general will make you calmer, so that when things go wrong, you won’t go straight into panic mode.
Using affirmations will help you become more positive and increase your self esteem. Again, that’s great for people who are in contact with you.
Add in some journaling, and you will be more focused and grounded as well. No more confusing conversations when it comes to making up your mind about something. Your partner will be grateful for that!
Lastly, choosing to accept all parts of yourself allows you to accept other people as they are too. It means you will be much less critical of them.
So I hope you will agree that to take care of yourself is a good strategy. Ultimately other people will benefit from it as much as you do!
How will you take care of yourself today?
If you want any help with learning how to take care of yourself, I invite you to try out a powerful coaching call so you can experience it for yourself. It is my gift to you. You can also ask about my group coaching program that will help with this.
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Feel free to let me know what you think of this. ❤️
Lastly, please spread the love and share with someone who might benefit.