Simply put, these Brené Brown quotes are an homage to this woman’s legendary work and unwavering dedication to making the world a brighter (and braver) place for so many people.
How to love yourself… Ah, what a worthwhile path to take—and that goes for all of us. If you’re willing to view yourself through a more compassionate lens (and enjoy the complex journey you’re on a lot more), here are some helpful chunks of wisdom to get started.
Happiness begins when you start loving yourself. Contrary to what some people might tell you, loving yourself is not selfish. It is the most selfless act you can commit. Self-love fills you up, and this love can’t help but spill out into the world around you. That’s how love works; it is in its very nature limitless and meant to be shared.
Learning to love your body has its consequences, one being that you’ll amplify the positive power that is you and your impact on the world. Come back to these simple mantras whenever you’ve forgotten your own flawsomeness.
The body isn’t everything, but personal transformation happens through the body, not away from it. Here are five body positive mantras to help you transform negative chatter into positive fuel for a good life.
When you begin to love yourself, you begin the most self-fulfilling and life-giving journey of all. Let this collection of self-love quotes shed light on your innermost light, and encourage you to let your compassion go full circle.
We’re each planted firmly in the healing soil of being human. When the negative chatter about all my human problems starts in my head, I’ve been repeating these mantras for healing in response.
Separation is rampant in the world today, as it has been for so long. Fear has destroyed friendships, and hope has crumbled in despair. Today, let your task be this: to be the love you want to experience more often, so that there’s a little more heaven on earth.
Relationships don’t need to be romantic in order to be based in love, which is the message of these relationship quotes–and this is a message that’s especially relevant right now.
I truly believe you are beautiful–not despite your hardships, but because of the brokenness you have felt. Here are a few thoughts on why I think so…