Does the word ‘unapologetic’ make you a little nervous?
There was a time it was cringe worthy for me. It conjured up images and memories of people being rude, hurtful, and unkind without a care. I’m sure you know people who have acted like this too.
But over time, I’ve come to see it from a different perspective and embrace it in my own way.
First, let’s me be clear, it is not permission to be unkind towards anyone. Let’s also not confuse kind with nice. Nice is polite; kind is genuine.
To me, being unapologetically self-approving is giving myself permission to stop being unkind towards me. It’s a pathway to grace, self-compassion, and unconditional self-love.
“You’ve been criticizing yourself for years, and it hasn’t worked. Try approving of yourself and see what happens.” ~Louise Hay
Unapologetic self-approval mean accepting and embracing all aspects of yourself including those you were made to feel wrong for.
Too loud. Too sensitive. Not sensitive enough. Too logical. Too quiet. Too flighty. Too much. Too fat. Too thin. Too ambitious. To talkative. Too happy. Too sad. Too needy. Too much…the list can be endless.
When I talk about being unapologetic in your approval of yourself, I mean no longer hiding, dismissing, or shaming anything about yourself.
Because every quality and trait you have is part of your divinely human make up…and part of what makes you beautifully and wholly you.
I’m here to guide you on your journey to unapologetic self-approval. When you’re ready…Let’s chat!