It's that time of year again! Valentine's Day is almost here and we have just launched our Valentine's Day topic! This year, we aren't only going to focus on romantic relationships, we have decided to promote and focus on self-love too!
So, what are the traits that you love most about yourself? It could be a physical trait, a personality trait, a good habit you have, anything that makes you feel confident about yourself! Share with us and let's celebrate self-love this Valentine's Day! #LoveYourself ❤️
Most Helpful Girl
I absolutely love myself 100 from the inside and 100 from the outside.
I’m just a great friend, great sister, daughter and person in general.
I am great at cooking, cleaning and organizing to perfection and ironing and folding to perfection.
I’m Black, I’m gorgeous I never loved myself so much.
I love my hair, my nose, my lips, my features.
I love how ambitious I am. How powerful I am to the point where “I get everything I want” just by attracting it with my mind.
I dedicate my time wisely ready great books, practicing yoga and connecting with my root.
I enjoy traveling and I have big dreams for my life and I know they will come true in its time...
I’m so proud of myself, how much I grew and how much of a Woman I become.
I appreciate every single muscle I have and bone. I call my right leg “The platinum Leg” because is just so strong and it’s amazing what I can do with it... 😂😂
I call myself “The Golden Trophy” 🏆
I am that amazing!
Have a great day...
Most Helpful Guy
What I love about me is that I am lucky enough to have the most beautiful, sexy, loving and kind girlfriend in the world who has given me three great children.
We are not married and don't want to be. We think that what we have is natural and beautiful and a ring and a ceremony would not only not make it better. It would diminish it in a very real way.
That I am good enough for her says there is something here worth loving. That, and oh yeah, as a guy, I have an impressive penis. (Kidding on that last one. It IS impressive, it's just not that important. Okay, I'll stop digging now.)