We are continuously bombarded with information about how to look good, be confident and achieve approval from others.
Even the media seems to tell us that as long as others love us, we will be fine.
But there is a major flaw to this approach: if we don’t get to love unconditionally who we are, it is unlikely that we can achieve any real sense of confidence and even worse, we are unlikely to achieve unconditional love for others.
Let’s examine why you are the most important person in your life:
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