Thought for the Day
“I find that when we really love and accept and approve of ourselves exactly as we are, then everything in life works.”-Louise Hay
Of course, we all have traits about ourselves that we would like to change or improve. Being motivated to change behaviors that are not necessarily healthy or positive is a great move in life. However, behavior change is hard and it does not happen perfectly overnight. Therefore, accept where you are today. You may not be where you want to be (yet) but you are moving toward your goal, so it is ok to approve of yourself and feel good about where you are in the moment.
Today, accept and approve of where you are in your journey.
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