People complain all the time about the way life treats them. As if life just happens to them and there’s nothing that they can do about it. This is completely false! You have way more control over your life than you think. In fact, by learning to love yourself more than you do now, you can change your life for the better. It isn’t necessarily what happens to us in life, but how we perceive and react to it. Here are some tips to start loving yourself and your life:

Accept Yourself, Flaws And All

We all have flaws, but the great news is that nobody notices your flaws as much as you do. We are all our own worst critics. Most people won’t even notice the flaws that you think you have. Accept yourself, whether you think your feet are too big or your smile isn’t straight enough. They are all the things that make you, you.

Find Things You Love

There must be some things you love about yourself. There’s absolutely no shame in loving yourself and looking for things you love. Do you have great hair? A brilliant sense of humour? Find as many things as you can! Make a list and read it if you feel down about yourself. Something you have will be something somebody else wants. Remember that!



Learn Lessons From ‘Bad’ Situations

Usually, situations we perceive as bad are only bad because we perceive them that way. Get it? Learn from bad situations that arise in your life and let them make you stronger. Don’t let them set you back or get you down!


Act Like Your Life Is Already The Way You Want It To Be

Do you know how you’d like your life to be? Then start acting like it’s already that way. This might sound like a strange concept, but many successful people use it to get to where they want to be. So, if you want to be a professional business person, act like it. Create a LinkedIn account. Dress like you’re successful. Speak like it. Your life will soon follow!



Treat Yourself

People who love themselves treat themselves. Whether you pamper yourself at home or take yourself to the salon, it doesn’t matter. Just make sure you do! You can even take yourself on dates. Why wait for somebody else to do it? Some people treat themselves by having surgical procedures done, but this should only be considered once you’ve learned to love yourself. Surgery is a personal choice, but you don’t want to get addicted. can give you a free consultation to help you decide if it’s right for you.


Get Therapy Or Counselling

If you’re really struggling, you may have some underlying problems that you need professional help with. Get therapy or counselling to speak with somebody who can help you. They can work out where your problems originated and give your techniques to help work through them.

Start loving yourself and I promise, you’ll change your life!