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Over the last year, I’ve been doing my best to learn to love myself again. Loving myself and put me before everyone else is not something that is easy for me to do. As a mom of 5, I always put the needs of my children before my own which has caused me to lose myself over the last few years.
I’ve never considered myself a spiritual person and I have to admit, I’ve had a negative way of thinking most of my adult life. I have been doing my best to do away with the negativity but it has not been an easy task for me.
Bubble bath and a book. Great way to spend a quiet Sunday night before bed! #poweroftheheart @shespeaksup #loveyourself #partnered #megalomommy
After spending the last week and a half reading The Power of the Heart by Baptist De Pape, and 18 additional spiritual guides, I have started to get past the negative and find the positive in everything and am doing what I can to create the life that I want. To a lot of people, this might all sound like a load of B.S. but it is amazing how truly inspirational the words of other can be.
Wise words from the amazing Maya Angelou. #poweroftheheart #loveyourself #megalomommy #partnered
Throughout this book you will find the words from people like Maya Angelou, Deepak Chopra, Jane Goodall and more.
There are different exercises you can complete to help you on your journey as well. If you are the journal keeping type, these exercises will work great for you. I’m not really one to journal but I did for a few of the exercises and it has helped me to better understand who I am and what it is I really want.
If anything, this book has taught me that I really need to get to know myself again and not be afraid of who that person is.
Are you a believer of positive thinking?