The more you love and advocate for yourself, the higher the chances of being surrounded by people that will love and support you back.
As a human being you tend to gravitate towards people who share the same values and beliefs as you because it feels more familiar and comfortable. So, if you believe you are worth a certain amount of love and respect, you may unconsciously and automatically seek out people who share that same opinion and will treat you exactly how you treat yourself.
This means those of you who struggle to view yourself as worthy of love and kindness may become surrounded by individuals who value you as little as you do.
It may sound strange why you'd remain friends with people who treat you so poorly, but their thoughts and actions would echo what you already think about yourself. So, while it would be upsetting to hear, it may not motivate you to dissolve the friendship or relationship, because you'd believe that they're simply being honest.
If this sounds like you and you don't want it to be, here are 20 quick tips on how to practise self-love.
Overtime, as you practise self-love, the more you'll change your core beliefs about yourself to something more positive and attract friends and partners that treat you with the love and respect you deserve.