Self-acceptance is not only loving yourself physically, but appreciating and motivating yourself to enter spaces that make you feel comfortable and welcomed.
Self-acceptance is knowing when to say no and when to walk away.
Self-acceptance is to believe in things because they make you empowered and a better version of yourself.
Self-acceptance is educating yourself and becoming well acquainted with things that you love.
Self-acceptance is allowing yourself to live among people without comparing yourself to them.
Self-acceptance is to self-realize and become comfortable with everything that makes you you.
Self-acceptance is allowing yourself to feel peace and to take breaks.
Self-acceptance is protecting yourself from situations, people, places, and things that harm your mental, physical, spiritual, or emotional well being.
Self-acceptance is knowing that opportunities will open and believing greatness is waiting for you.
Self-acceptance is being informed, aware, knowledgeable, wise, insightful, respectful, mindful, accepting, and humble.
Self-acceptance is practicing self-patience and self-love.
Self-acceptance is asking and receiving help if you need it.
Self-acceptance is knowing who you are while still living in a sea of diversity and still being able to call yourself an individual who is capable of living and breathing without the approval of others.