So I decided that I am too hard on myself. If I want a man to truly love me, be kind, tender and supportive, which I really do want, then I should be that to myself first as an example, so I can get used to that kind of treatment.

Whew.  I have to say that being kind and loving is not as easy as it sounds.  I have been going throughout my day asking myself what kind and loving would look like? Do my work, or take a nap?  Go to yoga, or do my work?  Deal with my bills, or read a book?

I guess I just don’t know what the most loving, kind thing to do is.  Get things done so I have a better life, or not working so hard.

Seeking insight please.


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