28jul7:30 pm9:00 pmTips on how to have a great relationship with your beautiful self
About this event If you have been criticizing yourself for years and it hasn’t worked, try approving yourself and see what
About this event
If you have been criticizing yourself for years and it hasn’t worked, try approving yourself and see what happens. – Louise L. Hay
Feeling alone, insecure, hopeless, disillusioned, abandoned, betrayed, hurt, misunderstood, powerless or weak?
The first step in having better and more meaningful relationships with everyone around you, especially your partner, is to start giving yourself the right love. The love you deserve. Because you are the foundation of everything you build around you.
I know you want to be free and liberated from your past relationship’s trauma and look with hope towards your love future.
I know you want to shatter yourself of those old limiting beliefs and replace them with self-trust, self-love, and meaningful partnerships.
Therefore, it’s time to start investing in yourself. You have to think about who you are and what your goals are. You need to believe in your capabilities, strengthen your communication skills, work on your attitude and mindset, and become a go-getter instead of hiding behind excuses and old negative patterns.
Nobody is perfect, and nobody has a fully accomplished life.
But the reality is that you have enough strength and resources to be the best version of yourself, whether single, coupled, or heartbroken.
Women are gifted. They are beautiful and sensitive but also resilient.
And through this event, I want to encourage you to explore your full capabilities.
Together we will conquer fears and beat obstacles.
Whether you are single, coupled, or heartbroken.
What we will do
- Define what self-live is
- Talk about why self-love is vital and impactful in all our key relationships.
- Work with tools that will improve your self-esteem.
- Define problems and find solutions
- Find your mantra
- Set intentions
The good news is that it is never too late for anything, and there is always hope.
And don’t forget, how you love yourself is how you teach others to love you.
(Thursday) 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm