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How to Love Yourself – Self-Esteem

An egoist is a lonely man incapable to love. And even if someone loves him, the egoist can’t enjoy this gift of destiny, he can only psychologically mock at the poor person who was unlucky to “fall for a tool.” Everyone in close contact with the egotist is unhappy, and the most miserable man here is just him. And the saddest thing is that the sufferer can’t realize his problem.

In case with a person who doesn’t love himself, the reasons are different but the result is the same: he is concentrated on his demerits and so, he perceives the other people’s demerits sharply and is enable to enjoy life, thus, he won’t manage to teach his children to do this. The poor thing doesn’t love himself and, thus, he will fail in loving the others.

A person who loves himself, forgives mistakes, imperfections of his personality which he is unable to correct, to himself. He doesn’t live in a condition of a constant feeling of being guilty, and thus, he is free of many stresses. Having learned to love himself, he learns how to love his family and friends in the same way — by forgiving them and understanding their imperfections, not demanding from them to give more than they can give, and not reproaching them for misdeeds.

Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn…

- Having Done with the Question “Why?”, We Go to the Question “How to Do This?”

— Our Demerits Are Our Own Peculiarities

— How to Learn to Love Yourself?

— And if the Sense of Life Lies in Taking Care of the Others?

— Roll-Up & The Harmony of Your Soul

— Much, much more! Bonus!

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    Zoecompartió una citahace 3 meses
    A person who loves himself, forgives mistakes, imperfections of his personality which he is unable to correct, to himself. He doesn’t live in a condition of a constant feeling of being guilty, and thus, he is free of many stresses. Having learned to love himself, he learns how to love his family and friends in the same way – by forgiving them and understanding their imperfections, not demanding from them to give more than they can give, and not reproach them for misdeeds.
    b0416147132compartió una citahace 10 meses
    es touch with reality and understanding of cause-and-effect relations. It seems to him that the others are guilty of all his failures, and he blames the external factors, rather than himself. And even if he wishes to break out of the vicious circle of his caprices, weaknesses, and quirks, he is incapable of doing this.
    An egoist is a lonely man incapable of loving. And even if someone loves him, the egoist can’t enjoy this gift of destiny; he can only psychologically mock at the poor person who was unlucky to "fall for a tool." Everyone in close contact with the egotist is unhappy, and the most miserable man here is just him. And the saddest thing is that the sufferer can’t realize his problem.
    Olga Socompartió una citael año pasado
    ‘If you love yourself, you love everybody else as you do yourself. As long as you love another person less than yourself, you will not succeed in loving yourself. Thus, he is the great righteous person who, loving himself, loves all others equally.’

    M. Eckhart

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