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Do The Thought Work To Have Better Relationships

In this episode of Love This B!tch, we expand on how self-compassion improves your relationships. Often in relationships, we try to make the other person happy by doing #allthethings because we seek validation from others, but genuine happiness comes from loving and being yourself. Being true to yourself and your feelings allows you to connect with people that genuinely like you for who you are. This helps build self-compassion and compassion for others which better equips you to resolve conflicts that arise in relationships.

If you’re ready to learn how to improve your relationships through self-compassion, hit play now!  

Here’s a closer look at what we talked about:

Following Other People’s “Manuals” [1:25]

Benefits of Loving Yourself [2:38]

Importance of Thought Work [11:54]

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