The Torah’s command to “love your friend as you love yourself” implies that you cannot fully love “your friend” until you “love yourself.” Self-love and self-confidence are actually skills that can be practiced and learned.
In order to achieve true connection, happiness, and intimacy with another person you must expose your vulnerabilities and shed the mask.
(Click here to read our article on that subject.) Why are so many people afraid to open up and truly invest in a relationship? Self-confidence is a vital ingredient for a successful relationship.
Past research has shown that our body language reflects our cognitions, but Professor Cuddy wanted to know if our body language could actually change the way we think.
Can you trick your mind into feeling more confident?
But despite his bad glasses, big nose, and stuttering speech, he has no problem scoring.