We all have stories in our head and beliefs about who we are and why, what is true about us and what is not, what our fears and boundaries are, what the expectations of ourselves are. Some of it lies within our conscious mind, while a lot is hidden and programmed in our subconscious without us even being aware of it. Our subconscious is defined by years of history – childhood, teenage years, adulthood, through years every single event and behaviour of other people in our environment affect our being now. When we build families, we often don’t realise in what way our partner is going to influence our life and decisions, how he is going to shape our world, our truths about certain things and most importantly our own beliefs about ourselves. However, we cannot underestimate the value and impact of the loved person on our life. Believing in yourself is good, but it alone is not good enough when it comes to intimate relationship. Two people in love create a great symbiosis of shared beliefs, values, and views around themselves and this is where the true magic of loving connection lies, when self-esteem of each partner increases with the other’s support, love and care.
Having your own healthy self-esteem supported by strong opinion of your partner can make a real difference in your life. You would be more sure of the future you two are building together, you would have more positive beliefs and aspirations. If you have children, they will be more successful because of growing up in such environment, where everything is possible and everybody in the family fully supports each other.
If you have not yet found your soulmate, you need to understand how important it is to firstly fall in love with yourself and then expect someone else to fall in love with you. If you are confident and respectful to yourself, this radiant signal is visible all around you and people start noticing you, paying attention and being interested in your personality. It all starts from a decision to be that person you always wanted to be. You begin believing in yourself from small steps in any area of life and gradually bring it to a bigger picture of your life journey.
Inevitably, confidence is important in all areas in your life. It will make you a better partner, a better parent and a better friend or a colleague. You simply need to learn to behave confidently and self-respectfully. With personal success comes willingness to help and support others.