Februrary…. Valentines Day we celebrate Love with flowers,gifts and expensive dinners!

There are many different types of love in the world. Parents love their children, friends love each other, and partners love each other. But out of all these types of love, the most important one is romantic love. This type of love is so important because it leads to happiness, security, and stability in a relationship. When two people share this type of love for each other, they are able to overcome any obstacle together. So if you’re lucky enough to find someone you want to spend your life with, make sure you appreciate and nurture that romantic love above all else!

However, no matter what type of relationship you are in, it is important to love yourself first and foremost. When you love yourself, you learn how to set boundaries and expectations for yourself and others. This can be especially important in your relationship with your therapist. By setting clear boundaries, you can ensure that the therapy process is productive and beneficial for both you and your therapist. It is also important to remember that your therapist is a human being with feelings, just like you. They may not always agree with your perspective or choices, but they will always respect them. If you can remember to love yourself and maintain positive communication with your therapist, then your therapeutic experience will be much more rewarding.

Look we know it is not always easy to fall in love with self….in this 2020 article from Mind Body Green, authored by Margaret Paul Phd., shares a  six step process to learn to “actually fall in love with yourself”. https://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-15295/how-do-you-actually-learn-to-love-yourself.html

When you fall in love with yourself….you can be sure you will always have Love surrounding you!!

Sometimes you  may need a little help and it’s okay. Here is wishing you a loving and rewarding journey because there is only one you in this world and You are enough!