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Learning to Love Ourselves | Queen of Your Own Life

by Kathy Kinney

Learning to love herself was the smartest thing she ever did. It showed everyone else how to treat her. – Queenisms™

This is Valentine’s Day week and we know that some of you are focused on creating a lovely experience for others. Some of you are feeling left out, and others are feeling mixed feelings.

But here’s what we’d like to say today. We appreciate you more than you can possibly know. We appreciate that you show up, comment, share, support one another and that you generously let others see a glimpse of your own particular journey. By doing that you model perseverance, generosity and grace. So thank you. We love you.

Now can you do us a favor? We’d like to hear what you love about yourselves. We’ll start. We love our sense of humor and our sense of responsibility to this community. We love that we care deeply. We think learning to love ourselves sometimes takes practice. Through Queen of Your Own Life we hope we’re creating a community that prompts women to look at themselves in the mirror and dare to love themselves.

Now it’s your turn.  Go.

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2 Responses to “Learning to Love Ourselves | Queen of Your Own Life”

  1. Marli Beer says:

    My husband always told me how much he loved me, he showed me everyday and was there to support me in all I’ve done, he passed away and I’m struggling not having someone who knows me so well here to love me and I’m realizing I haven’t spent much time finding something about myself to love. Thanks for the insight.

  2. cindy says:

    Mari, You loved your husband and you believed he was wise, right? Well he loved you and thought you were valuable, worthy of love and a women to be supported and adored. You honor his memory by believing him. 🙂 We believe him and we didn’t even know him.

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