Ways To Feel Good About Yourself

At the end of each day, I want you to always know that you are loved. You deserve love. You deserve to have a full and rich life. I want to share ways you can engage in practices that can help you feel good about yourself.

The practices overtime increase self-esteem, self-worth, and give you emotional stability in life.


Explore if you are getting in your own way.

You can do this by building recognition when you pull away from opportunities for growth. An example of this is if someone shares a positive remark with you. Such as, “you look beautiful today.” And your response to it is to dismiss it. This action highlights getting in your way. Which directly limits your ability to grow in the area of feeling good about yourself.


To address this, you sit with the positive statements that you are receiving and give them validation. Such as, “you know what, yes. I am beautiful and I am so appreciative of the comment.”


Are you pushing you away from what is supposed to be helping you?

At times we do this without knowing that we are doing it. An example of this is seen when we have our walls up because of a lack of trust for others.


Having walls up means that you are of course protecting yourself. At the same time, because the walls are up, you are also agreeing to not receive positives.


To address this area, try to build strength in the area by recognizing when the walls are up. Give yourself small goals that focus on lowering the wall so that you can receive positives and in time build strength in the area of feeling good about yourself.

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Practicing daily affirmations that focus on self-love.

  • I am worth you receiving and giving life.
  • I am capable of sharing my thoughts and feelings.
  • I am able to speak up for myself.
  • I release myself from the expectation of having to explain everything that I do.
  • I can remain grounded to my feelings while respecting others.
  • I can follow my heart without seeking approval.
  • I can share my imperfections and feel whole.
  • I can share my scars with pride.


How are you doing with giving yourself self-love?


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