We all are the product of our childhood and what we experienced as daughters growing up has far reaching effects in our adulthood. Most of us have a considerable amount of self criticism due to what we were told growing up. The problem here lies in the fact that we believed what was told to us was true. The difference between a healthy childhood and a critical one is how we, as adults, see any setbacks or failures. The healthy way to deal with failure is to weigh the results to all issues that may have come into play rather then just out own insecurities.
- Self-love is often given a bad name, and has a bad reputation in our current society.
- Healthy self-love is essential to maintaining and taking care of ourselves.
- Emotional intelligence can be built by creating healthy self-awareness and emotional mindfulness.
“Where’s the line between being a narcissist and self-compassion? Is there one?”