Maybe you know you’re hard on yourself. Or maybe you think you love yourself, yet you tend to give yourself up in relationships – or get involved with abusive, critical women. If you ever find yourself feeling scared to express a feeling, ask for what you want, or show people “the real you,” you could benefit from having more self-love and self-compassion.
The good news is, we can choose to develop self-love. Our brains have “neuroplasticity,” which means that our thoughts and actions carve our neural pathways day by day. Even if you don’t love yourself now – in fact, even if you actively dislike yourself – you can shift into a state of self-love and self-compassion by learning and using the tools we’ll teach you in this course.
And, single or coupled, self-love will improve your most important relationship: the one you have with yourself. Since you’re with yourself 24/7, loving yourself will make your life a whole lot happier. And interestingly enough, accepting yourself just the way you are also makes it easier to grow and change.