Key 4: Be Your Own Best Lover

How you treat yourself sets the example for how others will treat you.

7keys-loverWhen we abuse ourselves mentally, emotionally and physically, we unconsciously tell the world that this is the proper way to treat us. Our inner conversation will attract someone who agrees with it. Like it or not, when you have a negative perception of yourself, others are going to treat you with negativity.

When we decide that we truly are valuable, and choose to focus on everything we love about ourselves we start treating ourselves with love and respect. This teaches others that this is how we are to be treated and loved.

And it attracts people who will treat us this way.

My friend buys herself a bouquet of flowers every week. Every time she looks at them it fills her heart with joy knowing that she loved herself enough to do this, and knowing that she is practicing for the partner who is coming to her.

My client took herself on an exotic vacation. At the beach, she ceremonially released and forgave her ex-fiance who had hurt her so deeply. Then she recited vows to herself to love and cherish her own heart for the rest of her life, and to never settle for a man who does not love and cherish her heart in the same way.

Our inner conversation will attract someone who agrees with it. And as a bonus, when we become our own best lover, we’re no longer desperate or needy, we can take our time and be choosy in a relationship because we enjoy our own company.

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