We’re in lockdown. What to do ? How to manage ? Have you lost hours ? is your business closed ? Are the kids restless and fed up ? Are you grappling with home schooling ? Do you not have a minute to yourself ?
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Whew! We made it through this challenge. I hope you feel like you’ve learned a lot about self- love and learning to manage your inner naysayer. It’s definitely a process.
In this series, we’ve been focusing on self-love and its importance. You now understand the ways in which loving yourself can dramatically improve your life.
As we’ve seen in this series, your inner critic can have a tremendous effect on all aspects of your life. It holds you back from taking risks and putting yourself out there.
Being vulnerable is difficult. No, vulnerability isn’t weakness. It’s allowing yourself to be open, to be yourself, to accept help. It’s showing the world who you are with the understanding that not everyone will like or accept that person, but you show up anyway.
Self-acceptance is a concept that we don’t think about very often. However, we probably should. Whether or not you accept yourself can have a great impact on how you feel and how you act.
Your inner naysayer can be relentless. It makes you believe you’ll never measure up, and it holds you to impossibly high standards. The truth is, you’ll never be perfect and we all have flaws.
Gratitude is an underrated virtue. Feeling thankful for the wonderful things in your life can do a lot to improve your mood and your view of yourself. It’s easy to forget all the blessings in our lives when things get difficult or when our inner naysayer is being particularly loud.
Shutting up that inner critic can be hard. You’ve learned so great strategies so far on our journey together. However, these tactics are all things you have to do on your own.
Social media can be a great way to stay connected with friends and family. Unfortunately, it can also be a toxic environment that leads many of us to feel bad about ourselves.