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Get To ‘I Love You’ With Your Writing

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instead of ‘I hate you’.

When was the last time you looked in the mirror and said:

I love you.

No, you don’t have to be a narcissist to do that. It should come naturally.

A few months ago, I read NYT bestselling author Mel Robbins’ ‘The High 5 Rule’.

In a nutshell, Mel explains in her book:

You deserve a high five in the morning.

Getting to ‘I love you’ is what we’re all seeking in life, isn’t it?

  • Self-acceptance.
  • Self-affirmation.
  • Self-belief.

There are many new writers who apparently hate their writing.

They are wallowing in self-loathing.

  • I’m not good enough.
  • I’m not as good as XY.

Face who you are.

  • Accept it.
  • Act upon it.

… and say ‘I love you’ to the writer in the mirror.

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