Life Coaching Tip: If your critical self-talk is not supporting your quest for a fabulous life, then it’s time to make some changes. Although it may feel uncomfortable at first, you can create a new reality for yourself and bolster your confidence. You deserve it, my friend. Show yourself some love!
Hey there sister, how about you show yourself some love this Valentine’s Day?
I’m serious here! When was the last time you took a moment to love on yourself and bask in your own magnificence?
If this question makes you feel uncomfortable and icky, I totally get it.
Most of us were raised to believe that it’s egotistical and self-indulgent to love and appreciate our own beautiful essence.
But I bet if I asked you when you last took a moment to criticize yourself and highlight your own flaws, welp, you’d have no problem answering that at all…
Like five minutes ago, five seconds ago, or even while you are reading this sentence?
Sadly, even though we all came into this world loving and accepting ourselves fully, most of us learned rather quickly to judge, doubt, and mistrust ourselves right out of those warm, confident feelings.
And this is a problem because we believe what we tell ourselves most and this creates our reality or our truth.
So, if your self-trash talk is on auto-loop and it’s not supporting your quest for a fabulous life, then maybe it’s time to make some changes?
Thankfully, you absolutely have the power to do just that, although you will have to be willing to feel a little uncomfortable at first.
I promise you though, it will be worth it!
You can start by writing yourself a love letter this Valentine’s Day, and practice reveling in your unique brilliance.
Start remembering the truth about yourself.
You are perfect exactly as you are!
You have a knowing about this deep down in your soul.
You are meant to be appreciated.
You are meant to be celebrated.
You are meant to be loved.
If you’re ready to write yourself a love letter, but not sure where to begin, try using the outline below as a guide. Easy, breezy! Sending you lots of love, my friend, and big wishes for a Happy Valentine’s Day!
Dear (positive adjective) (your name),
I love you.
Out of the billions of humans visiting this earth over time, there is and will only be one you. You are a big deal!
You are worth appreciating, celebrating, and loving on this Valentine’s Day, and every day.
You are unlike anyone else because…
My favorite thing about you is …
Thank you for …
I am proud of you because…
You make my day when you…
My wish for you is …
I want you to promise me that …
Let’s make a date to …