Self-Love & Self-Worth

by Sabine Brosche/ Meet the most important person in your life: You.You are the one you will spend your life with - starting on day one until you pass. Other people fade in and out of your existence but you remain - no matter where you go or what you do. The relationship you have with yourself will determine how you relate to others and how you experience life. If you are not happy within your own skin, if you dislike, judge or even hate yourself you may feel discomfort or even pain.To get to know yourself and make peace with who you…

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Me, my Inner Critic & I

by Sabine BroscheI have many different voices inside. I suppose it is my mind talking. One of those voices is harsh, critical and mean. I call this one my Inner Critic: Sometimes it is so worked up and agitated – it is yelling at me. It says things like: Don't be so stupid. You are nothing special! Don't you get it? You are not good enough. You don't deserve that! And so on… So what to do with that shouty voice? I do recognise that this is what my Dad used to say to me when he was in a rage. Now it…

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Self-Love Poem

Kim McMillen, Author When I loved myself enough… When I loved myself enough I quit settling for too little. When I loved myself enough I came to know my own goodness. When I loved myself enough I began taking the gift of life seriously and gratefully. When I loved myself enough I began to know I was in the right place at the right time and I could relax. When I loved myself enough I felt compelled to slow down way down. And that has made all the difference. When I loved myself enough I bought a feather bed. When I loved myself…

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Rumi Poem

The Guest HouseThis being human is a guest house.Every morning a new arrival.A joy, a depression, a meanness,some momentary awareness comesas an unexpected visitor.Welcome and entertain them all!Even if they are a crowd of sorrows,who violently sweep your houseempty of its furniture,still, treat each guest honorably.He may be clearing you outfor some new delight.The dark thought, the shame, the malice.meet them at the door laughing and invite them in.Be grateful for whatever comes.because each has been sentas a guide from beyond.— Jellaludin Rumi,translation by Coleman Barks

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