There comes a certain point in your life that it doesn’t take long to make decisions that are in your own best interest. There is no more vacillating, no more wondering if you are making the right decision, no more debating whether you want to continue in a cause, organization, partnership, relationship (I’ve provided examples: you fill in your blank) to try to appease other opinions and feelings at the expense of your own.
It doesn’t mean that you must be cruel or heartless in your expression of sharing your decision. It simply means there is no more animosity, anger, confusion, fear, hidden motives, or emotional outbursts. You’ve simply found the courage to own and use your voice.
When you reach that point, you have come to a place of truly embracing and owning your identity, self-validation, peace, and most importantly, you’ve come to a place of fully embracing self-love. You cannot truly, authentically love others if you cannot truly love you. Congratulations!
Loving you means taking care of your mental, emotional, physical, financial and spiritual needs. How are you loving you? Are you truly loving you?