What is Self-Love?
Written by Tammy K. Mock-Andrejowich on Sept. 9th, 2019
Self-love seems so evasive and disappears in daily life like a foreign concept. 
What does it mean? And why is it important? 

Self-love is prized for and is often seen as being a “key for healing” and is experienced as a “by-product” of healing post-abusive relationship. 

Self-love in an intimate experience that notices that “I am enough”: 

then taking any examples or objections that show up where I believe am not enough - dead serious.

These could sound like.

“I did not see the red flags.”
“I cannot take my needs seriously.” 
“I let this happen to me.”
“I cannot get out.”

And any feelings of guilt or failed responsibility that might show up: looking, what thoughts are holding these physical sensations up?

Thoughts like these keep us from experiencing self-love. 

Dead serious does not mean looking for more proof and providing more argument.

This in turn leads to more turmoil and less self-love. 

Rather dead serious means getting dead still and witnessing. 

Dead serious is the opposite of argument. 

It is noticing. 
It is watching with the intent to understand. 
It is beyond logic. 
It goes into past. 
It goes into Future. 
It is stillness. 

Then you are finding yourself. You are on your way back home and in your beginning steps of self-love. Welcome to stillness. 

Cheers to you and your journey into self-love. 

For me, self-love came for the first time after the relationship like I never experienced it before in my life. What gifts of self-love are awaiting you? 

Tammy Ketura

Tammy is a peace expert. She helps Moms and Women wo have been in bed with a person demonstrating narcissistic personality disorder, transform their fate. She makes things super simple to understand. What used to cause tremendous suffering can begin to open up to peace, freedom, and resourcefullness -- Now!

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