Christine Arylo Famous Quotes & Sayings

6 Christine Arylo Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Be nice to yourself... It's hard to be happy when someone is mean to you all the time. Christine Arylo Sayings: Be nice to yourself... It's hard to be happy when someone is mean to you
The good news is that you already know how to love yourself; you've just forgotten. You were actually born in love with yourself; it's your natural state. Think back to yourself as a little girl, to a moment when you remember being carefree and open to the wonder of the world, a moment when your light was superbright, before anyone told you to dim it down. Christine Arylo Sayings: The good news is that you already know how to love yourself; you've just forgotten.
How long would you stay in a relationship with a romantic partner or friend who lied to you? Or a person who pretended to be someone other than who he or she really was? Not long (if you loved yourself). How happy would you be in a relationship with someone you didn't communicate openly with? Or who didn't take responsibility for his or her actions, words, and choices? Christine Arylo Sayings: How long would you stay in a relationship with a romantic partner or friend who
Our joy and love come from knowing what's really important to me and then living a life that reflects it Christine Arylo Sayings: Our joy and love come from knowing what's really important to me and then living
Like attracts like." Translated to relationships, it means we attract people like us, men who reflect exactly how we feel about ourselves. Truly love yourself, and you can manifest a man who has the capacity to love unconditionally. Live Christine Arylo Sayings: Like attracts like." Translated to relationships, it means we attract people like us, men who
You live in a society that has made it more comfortable to read a book about the ten ways to get a guy or girl to fall in love with you, or to obsess about your romantic love life, than to share your self-love journey with your friends and family. You're bombarded with images and media, like reality TV shows, whose underlying message tells you it's normal to look to outside sources for confirmation that you are good enough, rather than to unapologetically stand for self-respect and self-worth. Christine Arylo Sayings: You live in a society that has made it more comfortable to read a book