Is Self-love Selfish?

Stella Maher


Region:
London
Notice Period:
Short (maybe less than one month's notice)
Type:
Professional
Fee:
Unknown
Category:
Uncategorised
Updated:
8th April 2020
Tagged:
Self-Love | Mental Health | Relationships | Positive Mindset

Being kind to yourself and accepting yourself for who you are – warts and all, are the foundations of self-love. But it’s easier said than done. We’re often our own harshest critic and find it easier to be more kind and forgiving of other people’s mistakes than we are of our own.

Self-love requires self-awareness, being able to see yourself clearly and to understand who you are. Even if you don’t always like what you discover about yourself, self-love is what will inspire you to make the positive changes you need without judging yourself too harshly.

Is self-love important? Absolutely! It is not only liberating, it's brilliant for your mental wellbeing and helps you to see yourself in a whole new light. It also instantly changes your perspective of the world and how you view other people, as well as how you relate to other people - friends, family, colleagues at work. You're more likely to be compassionate than selfish in your relationships.

Self-love gives you a more positive attitude towards life, as well as a healthy dose of self-worth and self-esteem. And when you love and accept yourself, warts and all, it becomes easier to accept love from others.

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About Stella Maher

Stella is an award-winning Coach, speaker, trainer and founder of The Lioness Within Coaching.

She has spoken at business and corporate events as well as conferences and represents Breast Cancer Now as a volunteer speaker. She has shared the stage with Cherie Blair, actors Penelope Wilton and Sarah Hadland and BBC broadcaster Huw Edwards.

Stella delivers inspirational keynotes and transformational workshops on the following topics:

Confidence Mindset; Self-awareness; Goal Setting; Self-love

Your audience will completely overhaul their mindset and change the way they view themselves and others!

They will be inspired to be more self-accepting. Learn to love themselves more and judge themselves less. Learn what it really means to be confident. Learn to achieve more in their lives. Transform their relationships. Transform their self-worth and self-esteem. Connect with their inner strength.


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