Can I be kinder to myself today than I was yesterday? This is the challenge I'm posing to myself. Yesterday I spoke to myself nicely a few times, I allowed myself to enjoy a treat, I encouraged myself when I was feeling stressed (about this job that I really want but still don't know if it is going to work out...).
I am so kind to my little baby. He's my angel...I love him so much! I sing him sweet songs and always tell him how amazing he is and mention all the wonderful things he does each day. I joke with him and laugh with him and will do ANYTHING to make him smile (no matter how silly). I think to myself...don't I deserve to treat myself with such kindness? How can I treat myself more kindly today?
I am not sure but I'll be sure to post whatever comes up.
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