3 Hardships that Shape Self Love

What if you devoted this year to loving yourself more? 


It takes some work to understand who you are sometimes.  Self love is all about being whole, not perfect.

In the process of self love. 3 major hardships start to shape and grow you into the person you should be proud of:



It’s one of the hardest things to acknowledge because it’s one of the hardest things to go through but it softens you. It brings a lot of emotion that you never really knew that you could feel but in the end will bring more hope, affirmation, and will help you help others when needed.



It never gets easier. With heartbreak comes the clarity with moving on and understanding that you deserve better. I believe every relationship is either a blessing or a lesson. The heartache makes us more wise on what we want in our future, what we don’t want, and who we want to be.



Sometimes you have to have an overwhelming breakdown to have an even more overwhelming breakthrough in your life. The suffering will strengthen you. In the end, you know how to be strong alone.

In the end grief, heartbreak, and suffering will help you grow. You should be proud of that. Every time you find yourself criticizing yourself, stop and think about what you love about yourself and reminisce on the person you were before and how much you have grown.

“Self improvement without self love is like building a house on top of sand. You can build and build, but it will always sink.”

-Vironika Tugaleva

♥Happy Valentines Day♥

♥Love you, Later♥


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