Self-love may be the most significant love you will ever experience. Yet, learning to love yourself may seem difficult to achieve.

Many people try to show a facade. They act happy, like nothing is wrong, and life could not be better, but inside, they hurt emotionally.

They have emotional chains wrapped around their hearts. Love can’t enter their hearts. Their hearts are locked, so they cannot let the gift of love flow from their heart into someone else’s hearts. They walk around with pain and emotional suffering because they are angry, perhaps because they have a condition they cannot control.

They may feel different because others can do what they want to do. They are drowning in hidden pain that no one knows their feeling.

Now you can stop all this. It is time to find the key and unlock the chains wrapped around your heart. It is time to learn to love yourself once again.

I’m sure you’ve heard of a little thing called self-love. It’s a popular concept, but it can be hard to implement. That’s why I’m here to help! Below, you’ll find some tips on how to love yourself more this summer.

What Self-Love Looks Like For You This Summer?

Self-love is a term that gets thrown around a lot, but what does it mean? Self-love is treating yourself with the same kind of respect, care, and attention you would give another person. It’s not about being selfish–it’s about knowing that you are worthy of taking care of yourself in whatever way feels good for YOU.

A meaningful way to love yourself is to care for yourself emotionally, physically, and spiritually. It would help if you took time out for yourself. Do things that strike your interest and that you enjoy doing.  You need to go out and have lots of fun. You deserve it!

Here are some ways to practice self-love this summer:

What makes you feel good – be honest (and don’t apologize for it)


  • If listening to music for hours on end is what makes you happy, then do it!
  • If taking walks by yourself makes your day better than any other thing could ever hope to make it, go ahead and enjoy that quiet time by yourself!
  • Go to the beach and take a walk barefoot on the sand as you focus on the calming sound of the ocean waves.

Your happiness should always come first above all else because without being happy with yourself first, none of us will ever find true joy in life. So go ahead now–take some time off from work today so that we can spend some quality time together 🙂

Don’t waste time – Your time is valuable!

You are a precious, limited resource. You only have so much time on this earth, and it’s crucial that you spend it doing things that value your life and make you happy.

Your time is valuable–don’t waste it! If something doesn’t make you feel good or doesn’t make sense for where you want to go in life, don’t spend any more time on it than necessary.

Don’t be afraid to ask for help.

One of the best ways to be kind to yourself this summer is to ask for help. It can be tough to admit that you need something, but it’s essential that you do so.

You deserve the very best life, which sometimes means asking someone else for their help. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by everything on your plate right now–from work stressors or relationship issues–, then reach out!

Don’t hesitate because there are plenty of people around who want nothing more than to lend an empathetic ear; they’ll understand where you’re coming from and help guide you through whatever challenges are standing between where you are now and where you want/need/desire/long-for(ed)to be.

  • This list may include friends; family members; therapists; coaches; nutritionists; counselors, and so forth.

Know when to say no.

You’re not a doormat. You have limits, and you can set them! Know your boundaries, and don’t hesitate to say no when needed. If someone asks for something that doesn’t align with your values or doesn’t feel good for you, politely decline and find an alternative way of getting what they want from someone else (or from yourself).

It’s OK to say no sometimes! Remember: You are allowed not only in relationships but also at work, school, or social gatherings; there are many ways we can be helpful without sacrificing ourselves entirely to make others happy all the time–and those ways will often come more naturally if we’ve been taking care of ourselves first anyway!

Focus on positive thoughts rather than negative thoughts.

When you’re focusing on self-love, it’s essential to focus on what you want to do.  Do not focus on the things you don’t want to do. When we focus on the negative or things we don’t have, it’s easy for our minds to spiral downward.

According to Medical News Today, Studies have shown that perfectionists are at a higher risk of several physical and mental illnesses. That self-compassion might free them from its grip. For this reason, perfectionism and self-compassion are closely linked.

No one is perfect.  We all have something. When you begin to think negatively, immediately stop yourself, and change your thought into a positive one.

If you tell yourself that you are a failure, you are much more likely to fail than if you picture yourself as a success. There is nothing wrong with patting yourself on the back. However, you need to boost yourself to be a winner.

Reward yourself when you do something to better yourself. Give yourself something special.

For example: If I think about how much money I need to make my dream trip happen this summer (and then realize that I don’t have enough), my mind will automatically begin thinking about all the other things that could go wrong in life — like not being able to pay my bills or being unable to buy groceries because of this trip!

Instead of focusing on these thoughts and feelings that won’t help us achieve our goals at all, try shifting your attention toward positive thoughts instead. For example, instead of thinking about how little money we have saved up for our dream trips or vacations this summer, which can lead us down an endless rabbit hole, let’s focus on what makes us happy right now!

Let go of fear and shame.

This summer, it’s time to let go of fear and shame. If you’ve struggled with self-love for a while, these two emotions are probably your biggest obstacles. We all have them–they’re human nature! But the longer we hold on to them, the more they hinder our ability to feel good about ourselves and our bodies in general.

And remember, it’s not how we look on the outside that matters.  It’s how we feel on the inside.  So don’t be ashamed to dress how you want to or act how you feel.

It’s not what people think about you that’s important.  It’s how you feel about yourself that matters.

To feel good about yourself, you need to…

  • Accept yourself.
  • Look at yourself positively.
  • Realize that there is no such thing as a perfect person.

And FYI, when people say cruel things and act judgemental toward others, it’s usually because they don’t like who they are, so instead of focusing on their flaws, they look at others and create hurtful comments to make themselves feel better because they don’t like themselves.  They’re the ones with the issues, not you.

Takeaway: Real actions to apply immediately that will make a difference in life.

Here are 7 steps that will make a difference in the life

Step 1

Self-love is not selfish; it’s about accepting who you are and loving yourself for it!

Step 2

Look at life from a positive perspective. Don’t be one of those people who say, well, there’s nothing good in my life because I guarantee you there are many good things in your life.

Step 3

Focus on your strengths. Look at the positive strengths in your life.

Step 4

Changing your outlook. This means not letting your imperfections take control of you. Be incredibly proud of the person you have become, and if you are unhappy with certain things, make the incentive to change. It may take time, but you can do it!

Step 5

Have patience. Rome wasn’t built in a day.

Step 6

Believe in yourself. You need to believe you can do anything you put your mind to. If you believe in yourself, then others will believe in you too.

Step 7

Have a tremendous amount of pride in yourself. To change and strengthen yourself, you must accept yourself and learn to live with yourself. You need to look at life positively. You must say, “OK, I’m not happy with the person I see in that mirror. I need to change, and this is what I will do about it.” Don’t say, “I can’t.” You can. Be proud of who you are. Be thankful for each day you have on this planet.


If you’re looking for a way to take care of yourself this summer, these tips are for you. They will help you feel more confident about who you are and what makes sense for your life. I hope they inspire you to love yourself more deeply than ever before!