Tuesday, May 10, 2011

How to Learn to Accept Yourself

Many people in this world who are not happy with their appearance, shape, body, look, style, etc. If you are one of these people then this article is definitely for you. Dealing with feelings of dislike, hatred and uncertainty of yourself can weigh really heavily upon you. Learn to accept yourself for who you are and you'll feel incredibly enlightened.


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    Instead of looking and focusing on all of the negative things, find and focus on all the good qualities you possess.
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    Make a list of all the bad qualities you have and of all the good qualities you have and compare. If the "con" list is longer, find a way to spin some of the qualities and to turn them into something positive. For instance, if you think that you're too blunt, put a spin on it--you're honest and don't mince words! Usually the bad list is longer because of your own insecurities.
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    Every time you look yourself in the mirror call out something good about yourself. Your thoughts have incredible power to help you change your way of thinking.
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    Instead of feeling bad about yourself, every single day do something to correct your perceived flaws. If you have a problem with your weight, try exercising. Style? Try a makeover! There is a solution to every problem if you're willing to make the effort.
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    Tell yourself every day that you are a beautiful and unique person.And soon that person that you extremely dislike so much will transform into a extremely beautiful and remarkable person.

    • Tips

      • You are training yourself to love and accept yourself. It takes time, be patient with yourself! It's hard to change a lifetime of conditioning overnight.
      • Love yourself and learn to ignore negative thoughts. Stay strong and focused.


      • During the stages of regaining yourself, you may run into hurdles that will make you frustrated and angry. Remain calm and steady and try to let the anger out in a constructive way. Try writing it down and ripping the piece of paper up, or getting a mentor whom you trust to talk to.

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