“It takes so much energy to keep things at bay.”
― Sue Monk Kidd, The Secret Life of Bees
It is easier to forget about self love.
I get it.
I totally understand why self love is not that important. You have other things to do. Tasks to complete. Everyone is vying for your attention, they need you.
Numbing out is alluring.
Not feeling is seductive.
Life can be too much, you know? I know, you know.
Imagine a world where women were empowered and absolutely in love with their bodies… crazy, right?
I mean think about how it would feel to look in the mirror and be amazed. To feel sexy and inspired; confident and courageous. It is a completely ludicrous thought, you’re right.
Why in the world would you want to be turned on? Who in their right mind, would want to develop a relationship with the one person who will never leave? What could you possibly gain from learning and exploring your own body? What is the purpose of self love anyway?
Well, you know what they say, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” I mean if you’re happy with the way your life is right now, why change it?
You feel good, sometimes, right? Of course you do, everybody does. Besides, you have plenty of time. You can do something for yourself when the kids get older. Or when you are making more money. Maybe next year will be better for you.
And don’t you worry your pretty little head thinking about all the other times you have put the needs of others before your own. Taking care of everyone, but you, is your job. It is a great job, and nobody can do it better than you!
So just keep doing what you have always done, and getting what you have always got.
After all this is your life, remember?
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