Deep down inside of us, there is a voice that tells us what to think about ourselves. If you stop and listen closely, many of you will find it is very negative. Awareness of your negative “self talk” is the first step to changing it.
This year, I am challenging everyone I know -including myself, to be nice. The quote below came from a fellow blogger who summed it up perfectly. The post was seen on Shape.com.
‘Tis the season for self-improvement! This is the time when everyone resolves how to be a better person and each of us has our own way of doing that. The most popular New Year’s resolution this year, according to Google, is ditching daily stress. Other top ten items include learning how to cook healthy foods like lentils and cabbage, drinking more water, crocheting a beanie, and of course, losing weight.
While we totally love all those ideas, may we add one to your list? Make 2016 the year of body positivity, both in how you think about yourself and the way you look at others. Not only will learning to love and accept yourself help you accomplish all your other resolutions—research has shown that hating yourself makes you less likely to achieve your health goals—but you’ll feel happier doing them because you’re doing them for the right reasons. People who resolve to get fit, for example, are much more likely to stick with their plan if they focus on how exercise is helping their bodies rather than using it to punish themselves.” –
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