Accept Your Faults
Acceptance doesn't mean a refusal to work on your shortcomings. Life is a process of constant evolution, and you should want the best version of you. However, be gentle with yourself as your best friends are. That means quieting that critical voice in your head and loving who you are in this moment, warts and all.
Celebrate Your Strengths
Make sure you don't forget your external beauty as well. Stop wasting energy obsessing about that spare tire around your tummy and shop for clothes that show off your killer legs instead!
Close the Door on the Past
That means forgiving yourself for any mistakes you've made. Rather than obsessing about being a bad girlfriend to your ex, consider what you've learned, forgive yourself, and resolve to do better next time you meet someone new.
Get in Touch With Your Emotions
It's often uncomfortable to examine your emotions, but the process will help you become happier in the long run. Consider the way you cuddle your best friend when she's down and plan a night out when she's bored. After acknowledging your own emotions, you can give yourself the same care.
Seek Outside Help in Times of Trouble
A psychic can provide answers when you're lacking direction, while a dream analyzer can teach you about your dreams and nightmares. Therapists can help you sort through a range of issues and meditation gurus can help you reduce your stress levels. Nutritionists and personal trainers can also help you make the most of your life.
Treat yourself like your very best friend and enjoy the rewards that follow.
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