Does this actually work? I don't feel like it works for me.
I sometimes confuse people on here when I refer to myself as an "idiot", for example, where they think I'm coming from a place of low self-esteem or modesty. I am neither modest nor lacking in self-esteem. The reason I can refer to myself as an "idiot" is that I am, at least sometimes, and I completely embrace that flaw of mine. My wife is also an idiot sometimes, and I accept and embrace that about her.I think that's true "self-love", or true "love", but I prefer to use the term, "acceptance", since I think it avoids the danger of infatuation.
It's like my wife sometimes snores real loudly and farts in her sleep. Still love her. I don't say that with any sort of hatred but in a warm and endearing way. If we can speak the same way about our own flaws without any sort of hatred, then I think that is true "self-love", or true "self-acceptance".
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All right, you got me
I didn't want to "get" you.. i just want to show you more and more things.. luvv you.. *sounds cheesy but.. srry*