Do you find yourself putting everyone else's needs before your own? Do you always put yourself last on your to-do list? If so, chances are you're not giving yourself the love and attention you deserve. Here are four physical symptoms of not loving yourself – and what you can do about them.

  You're Constantly Tired
 If you're not taking care of yourself, chances are you're run down – both physically and emotionally. When you don't love yourself, it's easy to push yourself to the point of exhaustion. If you're constantly tired, find ways to incorporate more self-care into your life. Get enough sleep, exercise regularly, and make time for relaxation every day. Taking care of your body will help increase your energy levels and improve your overall well-being.
You're Sick All the Time
 When you don't love yourself, it's also easy to let your health fall by the wayside. If you find that you're getting sick more often than usual, it could be a sign that you need to take better care of yourself. Make sure you're eating a balanced diet, getting enough sleep, and drinking plenty of water. You might also want to consider taking vitamin C supplements during cold and flu season. Taking care of your health will help reduce the number of sick days you have and improve your overall quality of life.

 You Have Trouble Concentrating
 If you're not taking care of yourself, it can be difficult to focus on anything else. When you're not feeling your best, it's hard to concentrate on work, school, or even hobbies and interests. If you find that you're having trouble concentrating, make sure you're getting enough sleep and taking breaks throughout the day. You might also want to try meditation or other stress-relieving activities to clear your mind and improve your focus. Taking care of yourself will help improve your concentration and help you be more productive in all areas of your life.
You Feel Anxious or Depressed
 When you don't love yourself, it's easy to feel anxious or depressed. If you find that you're struggling with anxiety or depression, there are many ways to get help. Talk to your doctor about whether medication might be right for you, see a therapist for counseling and support, or join a support group for people with similar experiences. Taking care of your mental health is an important part of taking care of yourself as a whole.
Self-love is essential for a happy and healthy life. If you find yourself neglecting your needs in favor of others, it's important to make some changes. Start by incorporating some self-care into your daily routine and pay attention to how it makes you feel. Also, make sure you're taking care of your physical health by eating right, exercising regularly, and getting enough sleep.

Through my personal experience as a working mother of three, I found myself running out of gas at the end of the day, with my battery drained. Depleted, I wanted to zone out with Netflix and a glass of wine. I felt burned out and was often sick. It was during these moments that I realized how important it was to put myself first. Through the use of affirmations, mantras, step-by-step practices, exercises, journaling, and making a list of “must-dos for my body and mind,” I was able to bring my love and appreciation back.

Now, I've put my experience into a workbook to help other women get back on track. This workbook encourages movement toward greater self-love. I hope this workbook will serve as a wonderful adjunct for healing and growth. I like to think of it as a starting place and a map to show you the way.
These pages are designed to inspire reflection, gratitude, and a deeper connection with yourself. Download them [HERE]and let them be a stepping stone on your journey to self-care and self-love. Remember, you are deserving of love and care, especially from yourself. Join me, and together, let's turn the pages of our futures.




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