How To Build A Healthy Relationship With Yourself

The only relationship of yours that is granted to last forever is the one that you have with yourself. The relationship will not only last for the entirety of your life, it will also take place during every moment of it. This is why you should strive to build a healthy relationship with yourself. These articles will help you out:

How To Know If You're In A Good Relationship With Yourself

By The Everygirl

“We’ll never forget that iconic final scene of Sex and the City in which Carrie says, ‘The most challenging, exciting and significant relationship is the one you have with yourself. And if you can find someone to love the you that you love, well, that’s just fabulous.’ We couldn’t agree more with those sentiments, so we thought it might be helpful to take a beat to evaluate the most important relationship of all—the one we have with ourselves. Here, eight signs you’re in a healthy relationship with you, as well as tips for improving areas where your self-love lacks.”

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11 Ways To Improve Your Relationship With Yourself

By The Huffington Post

“Over the years I’ve dove deep to understand my relationship with myself. It is the only constant relationship I will ever have in my life AND everything is a reflection of the relationship I have with myself.

The relationship with myself determines everything. Why? Life is experienced through me, not outside of me. My perception of myself will greatly determine the experience I have of my life. If we want a freakin’ good life, then we better have a freakin’ good relationship with ourselves. Here are 11 ways you can begin:”

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5 Ways To Improve Your Relationship With Yourself

By Erin’s Inside Job

“A relationship with our bodies is exactly that: a relationship. And as with any relationship, it can be positive and affirming or negative and destructive. It requires consistent communication and attention. Your relationship with yourself can be incredibly rewarding or a source of sadness and anxiety. There will always be ups and downs, but by practicing healthy and consistent behaviors, you will find yourself balancing somewhere in the middle.

Learning to love and care for our bodies and our whole selves can be a daunting process. Expect some setbacks, but accept them and move towards a healthier relationship with some of these tips:”

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