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This content may not represent WebMD's most up-to-date information. Though conventional wisdom says yes, the real answer is much more complicated. Loving yourself certainly makes it easier to love someone else. So, a bad date or a rejection feels more like a detour on your way to a happy relationship than an overwhelming failure. Your self-acceptance and positive outlook allow you to be relatively open in relationships and to be okay with being alone.
Overall, this perspective means that when you feel a connection, it is genuine — not blindly driven by an overwhelming need for acceptance or love. Feeling flawed, you may create distance between yourself and others to avoid rejection. Also, your anxieties and fears may cloud your thinking about someone, leading you to overlook their flaws and exaggerate their positive traits. As a result of your overall sense of feeling inadequate or unworthy, you will find it harder to make a genuine connection and build a healthy, intimate relationship. Still, even when you struggle with self-love, you can often give and receive love.
You might also see the other person clearly enough to make a real connection with them. You may also replace the idealized version of your partner with a real one, seeing them as a flawed person like the rest of us mortals, and still love them, or maybe love them even more. Returning to the question of whether you need to love yourself before you can love someone else, it is essential that you understand that all people have struggles within themselves.
In fact, it is a quite rare person who loves every aspect of themselves all the time. Living life means growing and changing. Hopefully, as you and your relationship mature, you will become a more self-accepting version of yourself, and your relationship will grow deeper in love and happiness. She is dedicated to helping people understand themselves and what they need to do to become emotionally and psychologically healthy.
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You need to love yourself first before you can truly love others