How to Practice Self Acceptance Without Self Judgement

God wants you to deal with your weaknesses and stop rejecting yourself because of them. Are you tired of playing games, wearing masks, trying to be someone other than who you are? Wouldn't you like the freedom to be accepted as you are, without pressure to be someone you don't know how to be? Would you like to succeed at being yourself? Are you worn out with feeling somehow flawed and insecure? If so, I have good news for you. No one is the same, we are all INDIVIDUALS and our lives, heritage, history and encounters all play a role in the depth of our being.


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    Never speak negatively about yourself. The communication of your faith is made effectual by acknowledging every good thing in you.We all have our flaws, our past be it good or flawed, mistakes, habits, fetches and the list can go on forever. Understand that there is a difference between self-bashing and constructive self-critique. We all have room for positive improvement if we are willing to be honest with ourselves and learn to self improve, but don't punish or let yourself down for being different and not fitting into the "norm". If you are not causing harm it's OK to be yourself. Accepting who you are and what you think and accepting your reality is the first step......
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    Avoid comparing yourself to others.
    • You were made and therefore you are an original genuine creation, meaning you do not have to compare yourself to anyone else in order to feel self-fulfillment, but compare yourself to your own worst and your own best. Your standards, beliefs and accomplishments are yours and yours only. .Accept that your life is your own,and the path you are walking is not the same your neighbor is walking or have walked or will walk. No one is in you in order to fully understand why and who you are,and the same goes for you. It is far too exhausting to have to fit in all the time,and be in constant battle with yourself. Be more you! You may get critiqued but at least you were bold enough and courageous enough to try. You may surprise yourself.


  • Focus on your potential, not limitations. Concentrating on your strengths will help you fulfill the calling God has put on your life. Do what you believe is right and follow God's subtle feel in your heart. Do not view your life as an obstacle or your situation as a hindering factor, but as a lesson that you will have for years to come. Every experience is a story that in the future you can compare your current situation to. View life's strike at you as a little more backbone you are receiving, so that when you really need to be strong you have acquired the knowledge and experience you need. Determine your own worth. Don't spend all your life trying to win somebody else's approval. Remember that ultimately who needs to approve you is yourself. Keep your flaws in perspective. You have to come to a place where you're satisfied with how you look and who you are, keeping in balance the areas you want to improve but maintaining an appreciation for your progress at the same time.


  • Initially you may feel a bit out of place for being different, but once you attain that feeling of self-worth, you won't feel guilty for opposing to a situation.

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