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3 Small Steps for Accepting Yourself

By Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S.
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3 Small Steps for Accepting Yourself Our relationship with ourselves is the foundation for all other relationships. But it’s also one that we’re most likely to neglect or put on auto-pilot, without much thought of improving it.

According to author Daphne Kingma, “Loving yourself is the greatest work you will do in this life.  In a sense, it is your only work.”

But accepting ourselves unconditionally isn’t easy for many of us.

What can help is taking small steps. Below, Trisha Savoia, a coach and clinical hypnotherapist, shared several steps to get you started.

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