Why is it so hard to love oneself? The reason might start with the term itself.
There is an underlying message of putting others first that is inherent in the concept of self-love.
We can't truly love others until we love ourselves. So, how do we accomplish that?
A lot of what we do to take care of ourselves is based on the underlying belief that we're not good enough. That belief has to stop.
Live in your feelings for a moment. What are they telling you?
The key to feeling love is to feel the feeling of caring for someone.
When do we know if we've truly reached the point of loving ourselves?
In this episode of Chinese Daily Life, we find out what Beijingers think of Shanghai?
Chinese Daily Life speaks with Beijingers on their thoughts about Shanghainese people.
China Daily Life continues to ask Beijingers if they've been to Shanghai and why they've had the chance to frequent the cosmopolitan city.
How well would a Beijinger speak Shanghainese?
What are some differences between Shanghainese and Beijingers?
Have cab drivers in Beijing been to Shanghai or met Shanghainese people before?
What is a Beijinger's first impressions of Shanghai?
What complaints do Beijingers have about the Shanghainese?
Not all Beijingers have been to Shanghai, but they've certainly heard of its main attractions.
Is there anything about Shanghai that's better than Beijing?
It's time for more impressions of Beijing.
What happens when you leave your business unsupervised?
Mama Jiabao will show you how to make chicken soup.
Why is it important to clean the chicken and make sure the head, feet and internal organs are removed?
How do you prepare a chicken for your chicken soup?
What should you look for when you select dates for your soup?
Why is it important to skim off the foam when your soup is boiling?