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Be The Best You | Acceptance | Week Eight

by Christina Rowsell
@RadioChristina


Acceptance


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Let’s be real. Last week we talked about compassion and how to give the gift of kindness when we make mistakes. Before that you were reminded to give the gift of health. And, we started the month off with self-love. But, if we’re being honest, we truly know that we can’t love everything about ourselves. However, we need to accept who we are and how we live. Accept who you are. And if you don’t like something, then change it! However, if you don’t change it, accept it.

That was blunt wasn’t it? But it’s true. You’re the only person you have to live with. Sometimes I like to think of it as a job. You don’t have to like everyone you work with, you just need to play the course and work with them. You accept them. Like them or hate them, you still accept them for who they are.

There are going to be things you love about yourself. Especially when you transform your thoughts and actions, and actually stick to them. You are being the best you, you know how. However, as life has it, you will still do things you don’t like. By accepting those actions, you’re validating that you did them.

That brings us back to week three, when you learned to give yourself breathing room. You are simply acknowledging who you are. You accept the good and the bad.

So how does this help you be the best you? Self-acceptance allows you to be your true self. This is a journey to understanding who you truly are. Through all those bad moments, there are good moments. Accepting who you are, allows you to embrace all that you are, and acknowledging that there are some things you can change, for the better.

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