How to be loveable. In this video, we talk more about what it takes to be lovable, what causes us not to be and the layers that hurt us.
Overall, on our quest to be more loveable, there’s one thing that I find gets in the way. US. The people that are the most loveable are the ones that are ok with being loveable and ok not being loveable.
I always find that everywhere I go, with the people that I am coaching, with the people that I work with and the people that I observe in my day to day life. People feel what you feel. They will help you feel what you already feel. So if you feel that you are unloveable, that you are in fact somebody who has to try, they will help you try by being aloof. Trying to be loveable is like attempting to hit a moving target, it always moves. If you love yourself, however, instead of trying to be loveable, you’ll access parts of yourself and TEACH people to love you.
We teach people how to interact with us. We let them know how to be around us, and we are the ones who push people away. It’s important to know that when we love our pains, love our issues and love our problems, we allow others to do that as well.
Most people want to be more loveable because they feel a lack inside them. Once we access and love that lack, suddenly the need isn’t so obtuse, allowing space for others to feel, know and love you.
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