Where do genuine self-love and self-acceptance come from? We get these things by soaking up all the affirmation our parents give us when we’re little.Also, our parents model their good self-worth to us.
What happens, though, if our parents didn’t give us what we needed? Are we doomed to forever feeling inadequate or unworthy if our folks were neglectful toward us or unaccepting of themselves?
The good news is that a person can develop self-love at any stage of life. Like learning a language, it’s easier to do as a child but it’s absolutely possible to do as an adult, using the following ten steps:
Read more: Ten Steps to Genuine Self-Acceptance | OM Times Magazine http://bit.ly/KgwZqE
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