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Queen of Your Own Life

To Be Liked More Love Yourself More

She wanted people to like her but she wanted to love herself more. - Queenisms™

She wanted people to like her but she wanted to love herself more. – Queenisms™

Let us ask you something. Pretend you’re at a large social gathering where you’re meeting people for the first time. Some of the people you meet are outgoing and interesting and you engage in a conversation that has some back and forth. You learn a bit about the other person and you move on to the next circle of people and repeat the process. You form opinions about the people based on a short interaction. Be honest. You can almost always tell, just from a small snippet of conversation whether or not the people you are talking to like themselves or not. People who don’t like themselves, in our opinions make snide remarks about others in an attempt to make themselves momentarily feel better or superior in a stressful situation like networking. They create a screen or a mask between you and their real personality because they don’t feel good enough about who they are to stand before you, honestly. And most often that little bit of defensive posturing is what makes you, consciously or unconsciously, walk away seeking different companions. Dare to be yourself. The people who “get” you are your people. Free up the others to find their “people.” Deal?

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One Response to “To Be Liked More Love Yourself More”

  1. Denise Nawrot says:

    I’m not around many people lately bc I’m grieving over the loss of my son. It’s only been 4 months…but through this process I’m learning a lot about myself and my priorities.

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