In this hyper-competitive world, it is easy for people to forget self-love. Even the most kind-hearted individuals can be needlessly hard on themselves without realising. Perhaps that’s why Naomi Clarette Barton, a 24-year-old Delhi-based marketing executive, tweeted asking people to say one nice thing about themselves.
Quote this tweet with one thing you love about yourself so I know another thing about you that is awesome.— Naomi Barton (@naomi0_0barton) October 12, 2016
Of course, folks were a bit hesitant at first as they didn’t want to come across as vain and conceited.
Really want to quote that tweet but I have nothing I actually like about myself.— pockets (@zedchrmsm) October 12, 2016
Like @naomi0_0barton put it there is a part of my brain that is calling myself braggy but why shouldn't I be?— Rashi (@mizarcle) October 12, 2016
But then people soon began opening up.
I love that I can move on from things, even with those I have deep emotional attachment https://t.co/0lIm2AfTB9— Kamaal Da Kukkad (@vocabartist) October 12, 2016
I can talk to anyone. When I smile at someone, I smile my sunniest smile. And I'm not afraid of making a fool of myself. https://t.co/e3JX9585N7— Amulya (@amulyashruthi) October 12, 2016
I refuse to call my characters anything but 'Clitoria the Discreet' in RPGs. https://t.co/thrzghjenZ— Neha Mathews (@NegaNeeigha) October 12, 2016
Repeat after me :
Women constantly apologise for themselves. OWN that shit. You smartypants https://t.co/txmSHJOHSO— Naomi Barton (@naomi0_0barton) October 12, 2016
It is important for a person to love themselves first as this helps one to remain self-fulfilled and deal compassionately in their relationships....