Do you motivate yourself through fear or love? How to have more self-acceptance is a topic everyone faces because the default is to be hard on oneself. Well, stop it already!! Although motivating oneself through love is a more effective option, motivation through fear is by far the more common.
If you are raising little humans or yourself, I encourage and invite you to have more self-acceptance. Self-acceptance is as easy as acknowledging where you are in your successes and the places you can improve on. You might think by acknowledging and accepting the behavior you want to improve on you are condoning it, but actually, the opposite is true. By acknowledging where you with no judgment you do accept it, yes, but more importantly, you are creating a soft, loving, compassionate place to move forward and improve from.
Self-acceptance is love. Being hard on yourself is not love.
Practicing self-acceptance is one of the best ways to love yourself and the more you practice it the easier it becomes. And by practicing self-acceptance you make it a habit.
Mom moments, mom guilt, and all the other things life throws you might pile onto yourself, I invite you to let it all go for a moment. Allow it to dissolve and embrace the lightness that can follow when you shift this to a place of love instead.
Conscious relationships start with how you love yourself. Conscious relationships relate to all relationships you have including the ones with your children.
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