“to love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance.” – Oscar wilde

 

The Benefits Self Love Brings To Your Well Being

The daily hustle of the average working American tends to be a jam packed schedule zipping from one task to the next. Morning pre-work routines, preparing children for school, toiling through the work day; all the while trying to meet  deadlines and personal obligations. We are a generation ruled by our cellular devices. A group of die hard consumers that crave “instant gratification. We want something, we can order it online and it will show up at our home the next day. Even dating is a here and now practice thanks to the likes of applications like Tinder.  Self love is a priority we all to often put on the bottoms of our to-do list.  We work so hard at completing all of those life tasks and assisting others that we tend to push our own needs to the side. When you start loving yourself things just function and flow differently. By practicing mindfulness of self and remembering that an unhealthy you doesn’t really help anybody; you will be able to begin to center your life. Here are seven wonderful benefits that you can be sure to experience and that will consistently show up in your life once you begin to love yourself first.

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How Self Care Benefits You

We are all less able to handle the stresses that come our way when we’re already depleted by physical and emotional exhaustion. Or, put in a more positive way, we are more resilient and more able to handle life’s stress when we are feeling our best both physically and emotionally. A massage, soak in the tub or other forms of pampering revitalize you inside and out. Taking time out to maintain self-care has several benefits. Self-pampering positively affects your physical health. It doesn’t always lead to major improvements in overall health the way healthy diet and exercise do, the relaxation you get from it can trigger the relaxation response, which can prevent chronic stress from damaging your health, so in a sense, self-care is good for you inside and out. It affects your emotional health. Taking time out to care for yourself can remind you and others that you and your needs are important, too. Having a well-cared-for body can make you feel good about yourself and your life, and conveys to others that you value yourself. This can contribute to long-term feelings of wellbeing.

Self Love Is The Foundation For Self Improvement

We are all less able to handle the stresses that come our way when we’re already depleted by physical and emotional exhaustion. Or, put in a more positive way, we are more resilient and more able to handle life’s stress when we are feeling our best both physically and emotionally. A massage, soak in the tub or other forms of pampering revitalize you inside and out. Taking time out to maintain self-care has several benefits. Self-pampering positively affects your physical health. It doesn’t always lead to major improvements in overall health the way healthy diet and exercise do, the relaxation you get from it can trigger the relaxation response, which can prevent chronic stress from damaging your health, so in a sense, self-care is good for you inside and out. It affects your emotional health. Taking time out to care for yourself can remind you and others that you and your needs are important, too. Having a well-cared-for body can make you feel good about yourself and your life, and conveys to others that you value yourself. This can contribute to long-term feelings of wellbeing.

How Trauma Interferes With Self Esteem & Learning

Traumatic experiences come in all forms, shapes, and sizes. What someones go through and deems as traumatic to them varies from person to person. Some instances may be more traumatic than cause complications in every aspect of life be it for an adult or child. What exactly is trauma? According to others and it is those triggering events that can We are all less able to handle the stresses that come our way when we’re already depleted by physical and emotional exhaustion. Or, put in a more positive way, we are more resilient and more able to handle life’s stress when we are feeling our best both physically and emotionally. A massage, soak in the tub or other forms of pampering revitalize you inside and out. Taking time out to maintain self-care has several benefits. Self-pampering positively affects your physical health. It doesn’t always lead to major improvements in overall health the way healthy diet and exercise do, the relaxation you get from it can trigger the relaxation response, which can prevent chronic stress from damaging your health, so in a sense, self-care is good for you inside and out. It affects your emotional health. Taking time out to care for yourself can remind you and others that you and your needs are important, too. Having a well-cared-for body can make you feel good about yourself and your life, and conveys to others that you value yourself. This can contribute to long-term feelings of wellbeing.

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