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Establish a Sound Relationship with Your Boby

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Establish a Sound Relationship with Your Boby The moment you arrived here on this Earth, you were given a body. The body you are given will be yours for the duration of your time here. Love it or hate it, accept it or reject it, it is the only one you will receive in this lifetime. It will be with you from the moment you draw your first breath to the last beat of your heart. Since there is a no-refund, no-exchange policy on this body, it is essential that you establish a sound relationship with it. So, the challenge here is to make peace with your body, and share its valuable lessons of acceptance and self-esteem. ...read more.


What a pity! Though a good sense of self-acceptance would allow her, and you, to fully participate in all aspects of life, without reservation, immediately. You know you are moving in the right direction when you can accept your body exactly as it is in its present form. True acceptance comes when you can appreciate your body as it is, and no longer feel that you need to alter it to be worthy of someone's love--most especially your own. Of course, it doesn't mean that you should never endeavor to improve your body, or that you have to be resigned to what you have been given. What this does mean, however, is that you need to stop criticizing, finding fault with your body. ...read more.


Self-Esteem Self-esteem is feeling worthy and able to meet life's challenges. It is as essential as the air we breathe, and just as intangible. It comes from the depths of our core, yet it is reflected in every single outward action we take, grand or small. It is the essence from which we measure our worth and the most important building block in the foundation of our intangible. If self-esteem is a lesson that you need to learn, you will be tested over and over until you feel confident about who you are and believe in your intrinsicvalue. Mind you, do not measure your worth by external appearance. Looks will change and fade--ultimately being an unreliable source of self-esteem, while your true inner self will always be with you--actually being the underlying source of self-esteem. ...read more.

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