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Loving and knowing yourself makes it easier to say "no" when you really need to.

When you love yourself, it becomes easier for you to say no to people and things that don't align with your values. You realise that your time is valuable and that it is better spent on doing things you love. You stand firm in all your decisions without fear of how others will respond.​

Loving yourself makes you more open and aware and gives you room to heal.

Loving yourself makes you more open and aware of the healing process. You come to terms with the fact that in life you will get hurt, but that doesn't mean the pain has to last forever. You acknowledge and accept your bad emotions and then let them go so that you can move forward and fully enjoy living life in the present.

Self-love makes it easier to openly communicate with others.

Self love is taking the time out to figure out who you are and what you want. Once you know this you are able to have ​honest conversations with anyone and everyone. You understand that being upfront about how you feel and what you believe can only improve your relationships with others. You have standards and are comfortable getting rid of anyone who can't rise up to them.

Leaning to love yourself prevents you from seeking approval from others.

When you truly love yourself, you realise that confidence comes from within and that no-one can make you feel as good or as happy as yourself. You become less likely to feel pressured to do things just to be liked. Caring less about the opinion of others gives you the freedom to walk your own path and be your genuine self.

You understand that everyday isn't going to be the best day.

You understand that everyday isn't going to be the best day, where you feel like you can conquer the world. However, instead of wallowing in self-pity, you accept whatever mental and physical state you are in. You find light even in the bad days because you know that even in the down moments there is an opportunity to learn and grow.

If you love yourself first, then you know what you can count on yourself first.

When you count on yourself, you limit the amount of times you have to depend on other people which limits the amount of times they can let you down. You learn to trust yourself and your ability to be great even when no-one else is around to help you or witness your hard work. You become your own cheerleader, encouraging yourself to stay motivated and to break boundaries as you chase your dreams.

Loving yourself allows you to make healthier choices.

When you put yourself first, you make choices that will only improve your quality of life. You eat better and sleep and exercise more because you realise that taking care of your mental and physical well-being are essential to your success. When you look better you feel better, and when you feel better, you do better.

When you love yourself you see the power of forgiving yourself and others for things that already happened.

Holding on to grudges can really keep you down. When you love yourself you see the power of forgiving yourself and others for the things that already happened and therefore can no longer control you. You are able to accept responsibility for your actions while still releasing the blame you place on yourself for the harm others have caused you. In doing so, you release the hold others have on you.

Giving yourself love and being a bit selfish helps you to take charge of your life.

Feeling more in charge of your life comes with realising the power of choice. You choose when and how you want to live your life. This means that you weight more heavily on the benefits and consequences of making certain choices that will affect your future. You are then more likely to only make choices that align with your values and will help you honour them.

Loving yourself can help achieve the best emotional relationship with other people too.

When you spend time processing your emotions, you are digging deep inside of yourself and getting to the core of who you are. As you work to love and accept yourself and be honest you encourage other's to do the same. This allows you to open up and connect with others on a deeper level, unafraid to show the parts of yourself that are rough around the edges and see the same in others.

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