A common thread among clients who come to me for self-empowerment counseling is “Why do people use me?” And they groan, “Why me?” And they whine, “I’ll never get what I want because of _____.” I tell them to fill in that blank with, “because I allow myself to be a victim.” People don’t make […]
I just read an article about how more younger adults than ever are developing heart problems from stress. We often take our hearts for granted until it’s too late because a problem develops. A great act of self-love is to make an effort to do things that are healthy for your heart: exercise, watching your cholesterol, eating healthy food, and avoiding stress.
According to self-love ambassador, Sarah A. Samaan, MD, FACC, cardiologist with Legacy Heart Center in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, co-director of the Women’s Cardiovascular Institute at the Baylor Heart Hospital in Plano, Texas and author of Best Practices for a Healthy Heart says, “Make a commitment to treat your own beautiful heart with love and respect. We are all miraculous creatures. Nurture your gift of life by making healthy choices that honor the mind, body and soul.”
That says, “I love me!”
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