The Unmarked Road

Life On The Other Side Of Mental Illness

Learn To Love Yourself

I’m not sure if it’s turning 30 or travelling; probably a combination of both, but for a while now I’ve stopped caring as much about what other people think of me. Certainly those who don’t know me very well or those who are never shown the whole picture.

Life is too short to worry about what everyone else thinks of you, because all that matters at the end of the day is what YOU think of you. If you can look in the mirror (and be honest with what you see) and know that you are a good person, then you are truly on the path to a happy and fulfilling life. Loving yourself has nothing to do with thinking you are perfect. It is about acknowledging your faults, being humble enough to admit when you’re wrong, and continue loving yourself for all the imperfections that make you unique. 

See how your life can change when learning to like what you see every day. It will start a chain of events with how you experience your life and will change EVERYTHING. ‪#‎loveyourself‬

 

2 Comments

  1. Well said, if everybody would live by this mantra the world would be a happier place.

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