Self-Love

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    It’s Your Story

    Look at your face in the mirror, and I’m sure you’ll witness a person you don’t like. Seriously, do you like yourself? I mean, as it is without any change. Do you accept yourself the way you’re? Look at your nose and eyes, chest and belly. What do you think about yourself? Your hairstyle. Is that sexy enough? Do you like yourself? I don’t believe your answer is yes. You’re lying. Don’t you? We’re never satisfied with our looks and outfits. We find others more attractive and intelligent. Their faces reflect absolute confidence, and we console ourselves with fake self-esteem. It’s hard to accept ourselves the way we’re. I don’t…

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    Self-Love Can Transform Your Life

    “You can search throughout the entire universe for someone who is more deserving of your love and affection than you are yourself, and that person is not to be found anywhere. You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection.” – Buddha It’s easy to show our love and affection to others but hard to love ourselves. No one abuse, criticize or insult us the way we do that for us. We pretend to love ourselves, but we hate ourselves more than anyone else in truth. It’s hard to forgive us for the mistakes we made in our lives, the pain we gave to…

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    What’s Your Relationship With Yourself?

    The quality of life depends on the quality of our communication. Through words, we exchange energy that creates heaven or hell in our lives. Most of us trained as professionals have mastered external communication, but how many of us know the art of internal communication. What do you think, feel, and say about yourself in your head? My aim with this article is to present you with the idea that most people struggle in their lives because of poor internal communication. Even though they are good at communicating with other people, they lack self-confidence and have low self-esteem because they don’t have a strong sense of self-worth. Have you noticed…

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    The Angel Who Broke My Heart

    “Beauty is what you feel inside, and it reflects in your eyes. It is not something physical.“ – Sophia Loren It’s a natural response to get attracted by good-looking people, but physical beauty doesn’t mean that the person is good at heart. In real life, what matters the most is the person’s inner beauty. Her attitude is more important than her outlook. Many people ignore this truth and fall in love with external beauty, and cry when that person makes them feel low every time. Filled with wrath and jealousy, often, these beauties kill their natural gift hurting those who love them. A person is good-looking. It’s a gift of…