"You found parts of me I didn't know existed and in you, I found a love I no longer believed was real."
When I first saw this quote, it made me think. What was the author trying to convene, and to who? It could have been for someone they love. Expressing how this other person opened their heart hidden away from a past heartbreak.
To heal, people may shut down or tuck away those parts of themselves hurt by a broken heart. Trauma can make you hide parts of yourself.
What is important to remember is that healthy love exists. We can never allow one experience or traumatic event(s) to keep us from the love, God would have us experience.
The ultimate love is the love inside you for you; forgiving yourself and loving yourself is the key to loving. Your ability to discover those parts again you thought nonexistent.
Find those parts you did not know existed, and be ready to receive love like no other, self-love. Know the self-love you did not think you would find again is deep inside you. If you dig deep you can use it to help you be whole again.
Find those parts you did not know existed, and be ready to receive love like no other, self-love. Knowing, the self-love you did not think you would find again is deep inside you. Dig deeper and you can use it to help you be whole again.
To love yourself is to accept yourself for who you are, your flaws, and all. Once you learn to love yourself, you can open up to the love of others. Loving yourself is the key to happiness and fulfillment. It is not easy to learn to love yourself, but it is possible with practice and time.
Self-love is an ongoing journey, and it is important to be patient and kind to yourself. Learning to love yourself is the foundation for a life of joy and contentment.