Category: selflove

You’re so obsessed with finding someone to love you because you can’t love yourself.

Learning to ignore things is one of the great paths to inner peace.

1. Allow yourself to love, and to be loved by other people.

2. Know the key things that matter most to you.

3. It`s important to have boundaries and to sometimes say “no“.

4. Self-forgiveness is essential to be free of the past.

5. Often, forgiveness is hard work but it is worth the time and effort.

6. Discover who you are – and live a true, authentic life.

She picked up the pieces of her life and created something beautiful. From that day forth she shone like the sun and changed the definition of broken.

One of the cruelest things you can do to another person is to pretend you care about them more than you really do.

1. Try to put into words exactly how you’re feeling. Is it the pain of rejection? Is it an overwhelming feeling of shame and self-loathing? Is it a sense of disbelief that you’ve been treated so cruelly by others? Is it a sense of utter desperation?

2. Try to find a way of expressing the pain. Sometimes we can tell the person who has hurt us– but often we feel that they won’t be responsive. If that is the case, find someone you can open up to. It’s really important that you have the chance to honestly express what you’re going through. If you feel there’s no-one you can talk to right now, then perhaps try journaling, or using some kind of art, like music or painting.

3. If the pain’s related to something that happened, admit that you can’t go back and change the past. You need to let it go and keep your eyes ahead. You are not defined by what happened to you, and you have what it takes to live a rich, rewarding life.

4. Related to this, forgive yourself and don’t hold on to regrets. Learn what you can – and then choose to move ahead. Don’t be a victim of your past, or other people.

5. Reconnect with who you were previously. Think of who you might have been if this had never happened. You can still be that person: they are still a part of you.

6. Focus on the things that bring you joy and happiness, and focus on those people who love care for you.

I am in the process of becoming a better version of myself.

Sometimes the most healing thing we can do is remind ourselves, over and over, that other people feel this too.

Always defend your right to heal at your own pace. You are taking your time. You are allowed to take your time.

Love yourself enough to take the actions required for your happiness … enough to cut yourself loose from the drama-filled past… enough to set a high standard for relationships… enough to feed your mind and body in a healthy manner… enough to forgive yourself… enough to move on.