Loving one's self can be learned.
Why is this important?
At no fault of one's own,
one might not have learned this,
or absorbed it, by example.
It might not have been
available outside of one's self.
It is prevalent in our culture that people judge others. People frequently want to tell others how to feel or not feel, what to do or not do, how to be or not be.
When you have self-love, all of the above falls away and what is important to you stands on it's own in your own empowerment, aligned with what you need and want, aligned with your Higher Self.
When you have self-love, relating to others alters in our perceptions.
We do not then need to have expectations.
Expectations of others usually falls short, and can be disappointing, frustrating, annoying, and can create riffs. This is because one expects others to fulfill them, expects others to help them, and expects others to make them whole.
Expectations of others can often be based in illusion -- rather than the truth of that relationship and where the other person is at and what they are actually offering you or not offering you ... and most of all, what they are capable of.
If one is in self-love, one can shift Expectation to instead be Appreciation. It requires seeing the other person for who they truly are -- and are not.
Then if you need something else or something more in a relationship, where you feel it is not provided -- that something else or something more, you can in self-love awaken and know it -- without blame or self-blame. There is no fault there.
And you can be empowered to seek what you need and want
Are you in self-love yet?
Much Love (◠‿◠) Corri Coaching
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