Relationships & Karma

How others treat you is their Karma. How you treat them is yours….

Furthermore:

  • How others treat you is a reflection of how they treat themselves.
  • How we allow others to treat us is a reflection of how we feel about ourselves.

Generally, we will not allow others to treat us any worse than we believe we are worthy of being treated.

Want others to treat you better? Then start to truly love and accept yourself! For when you do, you will not settle (nor allow) someone else to treat you less than you deserve to be treated. 


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    • Yes, the act of learning to love oneself can be a struggle after years of being told how we are “less than” by just about everyone in our lives. Like any journey, it begins with he first step. Self-care in simple ways can start the trip. How can you take 10 more minutes a day and care for you in a loving way? Where do you tell yourself bad things, and what supportive words can you now use, instead? The climb can seem formidable, yet you are worthy of each step you take in the journey of loving yourself. Finding fun and child-like ways to do so can open your heart more quickly. Oh, and gratitude for each part of you that you appreciate is another important key.
      I have discovered that so often I am willing to climb mountains to help another, yet could not take the first step to help myself.
      You are worthy of your journey into self-love.

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  1. So I’m thinking the other day why do I stuff my feelings and bite my tongue when M does or says something that bothers me, especially when these feelings later morph into rejection and/or resentment. And today I read this, “How we allow others to treat us is a reflection of how we feel about ourselves.” We really need to turn off the damn TV and just talk. Of course cuddling and talking may be a better way to broach this (or any topic)! 😉 Thanks for the timely shove in the right direction! ❤️ Barn

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