When we give more to ourselves, we can... - Deepstash

  • When we give more to ourselves, we can ask more from ourselves.
  • It is easier to change our surroundings than ourselves.
  • We can’t make people change but when we change, people may change.
  • We should make sure the things we do to feel better don’t make us feel worse.
  • We manage what we monitor

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