Learn To Love Yourself!

It is very normal that you love the parts of yourself that you like. But it is important that you also love the parts of yourself that you do not like. You don’t have to be accepted by everyone else; you need to accept yourself and that too completely. Here are some tips for you to do that with a full heart.

Realize that you had to take the wrong turn, imperfections are there is everyone and also in every relationship. It is not wrong in doing a mistake; the important lies in accepting it and going ahead in life by putting it behind you. One cannot change the past, and all of us are aware of this. You have to be realistic and accept your decisions.

Listen to yourself; this is one thing that we don’t do. If you see a friend feeling down and out, you will extend a helping hand by motivating them that they are not bad and can just get over it. Do the same for yourself. You need to listen to your thoughts, both positive and negative. Leave the positive thoughts; you need to work on the negative ones.

Know that it is fine to have good and bad days. You will have experienced both in your life. You should always think that that best is yet to come. Positive thoughts go a long way in motivating you to do your daily chores. Love all parts of yourself, and you will have a great life.

Just be sure that it is only a matter of choice. Whenever we reject a part of ourselves, we tend to get deep in sorrow that we are unworthy. Every time we do this, the wound only gets deeper. So let go, forgive yourself for the mistakes that you have made. Then life would be a much smoother drive with one less thing to worry.

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7 Things to Do When A Loved One Is Sick

Sickness is a sick word in itself. We feel so stressed and down when we are suffering from some sickness, but the pain is even more when a loved one is sick; you will have to handle the stress and also motivate the person to make them feel better and recover quickly. Here are the eight things you need to do when a loved one is sick.

Doing what is needed rather than doing what you think is needed. There is a fine line between the two. Give them the moral support even if physical support is not your cup of tea.

If your loved one is talking to you about death, don’t cut them off, listen to them out. At this point of time, they are looking for listeners and not instructors.

Often, when we are looking at a loved one, we do not check on the other people who support them. Do check in on the support persons.

Do not hide the fact that you are unhappy and act in front of them that everything is fine in your life. Let them know what you feel.

Understand that trying to cheer up the sick person is only going to make it worse for them and it’s better to avoid doing this.

You will be tempted to cook something that they like and give it to them, understand that this may not be the right thing to do. Sick people have a lot of diet restrictions and so stick to that.
Be prepared that what you plan may go down the drain. You cannot plan your days to perfection when a loved one is sick.

All these mentioned above are useful tips when you have a loved one who is sick. But this is not a rule book. You are the judge of the situation; know the person and the circumstances. So, use your instincts and take good care of your loved one. May they recover soon!