Why Self-Love Is the Best Love?•
Posted on February 06 2019
February is here and already the Valentines craze has caught up to us all. You can already see people running around like crazy, making arrangements to have the perfect romantic dinner. It is a wonderful feeling when you have someone in your life that you cherish so much that you are willing to put an effort to do the impossible if needs be. The real question is – why aren’t you doing the same thing for yourself? Why aren’t you loving yourself with the same passion? After all, self-love is magnificent, and self-love is the best love there is!
Why is Self-Love the Best Love?
Self-love and by self-love we mean a healthy appreciation for yourself and you are worth – not narcissism is the very essence of living the fulfilled love that you always wanted to lead. Often, this deficit of love leads us to look for it in others, we try to find love everywhere, when in fact love comes first from within.
No other love no matter how genuine it is can fulfill one's heart better than unconditional self-love.
Just think how amazing your life can become when you love yourself with the same passion as you love others, and think how far you could come along in life if you put in the same effort to build yourself and a relationship with your inner self, that you put in dysfunctional relationships.
It’s all about falling in love with yourself and sharing that love with someone who appreciates you, rather than looking for love to compensate for a self-love deficit.
Of course, this is rather difficult to achieve because love and life are not picture perfect, they are messy. But that doesn’t mean that it’s not worth it. Because you are worth to give yourself the best love there is – self-love. So stop judging yourself so harshly, and start giving yourself some credit. Start loving yourself a little deeper, start the magical self-love transformation now!
You ARE amazing and worthy and it is time that you acknowledge it!
YOU ARE MAGIC!
Did your mom ever tell you, ‘If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything’? She was right–and talking nicely also applies when you’re talking to yourself, even inside your head.