Khloe Kardashian pens how she learned to love self
15 March 2016 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
Calabasas, CA, United States (4E) – After tweeting that she is suffering from insomnia, Khloe Kardashian talked about how she finally learned to love herself.
According to reports, the reality star took to Instagram to share a lengthy message to her fans. In the past years, Kardashian has been working on herself especially after her break-up from former NBA star Lamar Odom. Last year, she went on a fitness journey as she would want to take care of herself and her health better. She also wrote her bestselling book “Strong Looks Better Naked.”
Kardashian shared, "I find that people may be practicing self-care on so many levels but abandon themselves emotionally. So many search for others to make them feel whole. Try to stop searching for your missing pieces in other people or material things. Self-love or personal happiness should never be contingent on success because there are always failures to contend with no matter what level."
She continued to say that self-live is dynamic and that it runs deep noting that when people act in ways, they expand their self-love as well as their minds. The reality star continued to say that when self-love and minds are expanded, people tend to notice the parts that were once abandoned and also find dimensions of the soul that needs attention as well.
Kardashian added: "We begin to know exactly what we deserve and we shouldn't settle for anything less. Don't apologize for your past for it made you who you are today. Make your past fuel your future and the way you choose to live. Be in the now!"
Aside from that, she also explained that when someone’s intention is to love him or herself rather than abandoning one’s self, a person starts to feel compassion for the past choices he or she has made. She noted that once this happens, people will start to be proud of the progress they have made in their lives.
She concluded in her statement: "You define your worth! Don't ever give anyone else that much power over yourself. Less judgement – more dynamic unbiased self-love."