Does one need to love someone else to come to the realization that he can love himself?
It's okay to love yourself, isn't it?
No way. You must truly love yourself in order to give love fully. I am finding the best way to love yourself is to be alone with yourself. It is definitely OK and healthy to love yourself. Treat yourself the way you want to be treated by someone else and the way you would treat someone else.
I think it's the other way around -- you first have to learn to love yourself before you can truly love someone else. Of course it's okay to love yourself and, in fact, it is absolutely necessary. People who have a low self-esteem often get wrapped up in their own problems, suffer from depression and bad health, and so many other things (yes, I'm in this category, but have actively been working to get out of it). This makes it much more difficult to focus on someone else, and much more difficult to bring a positive influence into their life so that their life can be improved by your presence too.
by elordmayor 8 years ago
If you discover that someone you truly loved is in love with someone else, what will you do?
by dianne143 7 years ago
if you are given a chance to be someone else who would you like to be and why?
by simeonvisser 7 years ago
Do you light the fireworks yourself or do you prefer someone else to do it?
by TinaTango 6 years ago
Would you consider it "cheating"? if you are in a relationship with somebody, but you are in love with some one else?
by McKenna Nassief 23 months ago
I am dating someone but I think I might like someone else. What do I do?
by afrykanqwin 7 years ago
...It has been one and a half years later and i still feel like a part of me died when i found out my boyfriend had decided to move on immediately after i had told him we needed time apart since things had began going down hill and we dint communicate much anymore. I needed time to think, but while...
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