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Do you LOVE yourself? How can you tell?

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Category: Education
Description: A veteran trauma-recovery therapist offers perspective on loving yourself, and a simple, safe exercise to identify whether you do or not. The alternative to self-love is shame - a core feeling of worthlessness and unlovability. Lesson 1 in the free, nonprofit "Break the Cycle!" Web site.offers a way to convert shame into non-egotistical self love and self respect. See the related "Lesson1" videos, and http://sfhelp.org/gwc/selflove.htm
Duration: 11 minutes and 11 seconds
Rating: 9/10 - Excellent
Definition: SD
Published: December 16, 2011
Uploader: gerlach

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