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The most important thing to realize is that you already have a relationship with yourself and that this relationship is influencing all the relationships you have with others. Good Indian realized confidence level increase when we wholeheartedly love ourselves. We are able to develop Long Term Relationships with others
There is an endless inner conversation within you, and the people you meet in the outside world simply fill the roles in that conversation. Stop Fighting with yourself. Learn to accept yourself. World is Beautiful. We all are living on Heavenly Earth. Problem arise when we avoid accepting ourselves. Our inner happiness helps us to reach our goals. We all have boundaries but creativity has no boundaries. Understand that you have some potential to be successful person. Success Definition differs from person to person.
The practice of self-love begins and ends with the realization that the way you relate to yourself determines your level of happiness, while the way others relate to you will only matter as much as it matches this level.
If you do not believe yourself to be worthy of compassion, then it does not matter how much compassion others give you. If, on the other hand, you do believe yourself worthy of compassion, then you will automatically give it to yourself, so then you will not need to rely on others.
Most importantly of all, realize that your day-to-day emotional experience is a reaction to how accurately you are meeting your own needs. You are the only one who knows exactly what kinds of needs you have the unexplored talents, the unsatisfied urges, the unspoken words. No one else can see into these desires, and you cannot have the positive emotions associated with fulfilling them if you do not take responsibility for fulfilling them. Good Indian has it's own talent, urges and emotions. You have your own.
Finally, this might sound redundant, but you have to actually practice self-love to truly understand what it's all about. Just like you'd feel good after eating an apple and terrible after eating a bag of nails, self-love is nourishment that will reward you, if you allow yourself to bite into it. Start where you are.
Avoid Asking questions like rate me 1-10 or How do I look.
Body Dysmorphic Disorder affects 1.7% to 2.4% of the general population — about 1 in 50 people. This means that more than 5 million people to about 7.5 million people in the United States alone have BDD. BDD is about as common as obsessive-compulsive disorder. Source
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Start by listening to yourself and spending time with yourself. Trust that love will build if you put in the time, effort, and curiosity.
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