Forming the HABIT of Self-Love

Good morning, Lovely You!

As February, the month of LOVE comes to a close, I wanted to end with a post that will help you get into the HABIT of Self-love.

If you’ve ever tried to do something that was good or healthy for you, you know that unless you turn that “thing” into a habit, you won’t stick to the practice. Well self-love, like meditation, is a practice. You must keep working at it and working at it until it becomes natural for you to do it.

This will require you to turn self-love into a habit.

Most of us, when we were 5, couldn’t imagine that someday brushing our teeth and taking a bath or shower would become a daily habit. No one would have to force us to do it we would just do it because it became a habit.

For those of you who have committed to becoming healthier through eating right and exercising X days a week, think about how hard it was in the beginning to eat certain foods or to get to the gym before or after work.

But you committed to the practice of being healthier and before long, what was tough became a habit, and habits, by nature, are easy. Because they’re HABITS!

So right now, I know many of you are living painful lives. They are painful because you really and truly don’t love yourself. You don’t feel you are worthy of love. I hope that last week’s post on recognizing the truth, that you have been lied to by the Goliaths in your life and that the one true creator loves you infinitely and eternally has got you thinking.

But I also know that for many of you, going from not loving yourself to practicing self-love every day will be challenging, to say the least. And that’s why I want to help get you started on forming this new habit of self-love.

Here are some things you can do each day to get you into the habit of self-love.

READ MORE over here… https://www.prudencesinclair.com/forming-the-habit-of-self-love/

With all my love and then some!
Prue

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