Love Yourself: Your first task is to learn to understand, accept, and value yourself for who you are—what you can change and what you can’t, what you want to be and what you don’t.
Protect Yourself: Your next task is to develop the knowledge, skills, and motivation to take good care of your health, your safety, and your future.
We form relationships with other people when we “get” them—when we understand, accept, and value someone for who they are. In a good relationship, we want to protect and take care of each other. In a good relationship, someone is good FOR you, not just nice TO you.
Your grades go UP, not down
You feel just as close to your friends and family, even if you don't spend as much time with them
You feel proud of each other's achievements, not jealous or resentful
You feel better about who you already are