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100 Things I Love About You

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Noticing the Good

Being able to appreciate what’s good in your life

does not really come naturally to most people.

We are actually wired to notice when things

go wrong, instead of when things go right.

But paying attention to the good stuff pays off,

in decreased anxiety and depression, and

improved self-esteem and relationships.

100 Things Lists

Something that you can easily do to improve

your self-esteem is to take a piece of paper

and start listing all of the things about yourself

that you like, appreciate, and value.

From 1 to 100…100 things that are just really

cool, wonderful, and awesome about yourself.

If you want to dramatically improve the positive

feeling in an intimate partnership with someone,

then each of you completes the list of 100 Things

I Love About You, listing all the things you love,

appreciate, and respect about your partner.

If you have a child or a good friend, you can do

the same list : 100 Things I Love About You.

The Writing Is On the Wall…

Take this list and don’t just throw it away:

frame it and put it where you will see it everyday.

Put the list you made about your partner or your

child, your friend, your sibling, or parent and

make it sure it is displayed where they will see it.

It helps to be reminded on a daily basis of what

is really good about you…whether it’s generated by

you or someone who really loves you.

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2 Responses to “100 Things I Love About You”

  • karen miller:

    there is noone todo this with or anyone who would want to waste their time

    • admin:

      Karen…you can do this for yourself and with yourself. You matter and challenging yourself to come up with a list of 100 things that are great about you might be a good exercise in self-esteem for you! Don’t knock it ’til you’ve tried it. 🙂

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