Deep Dive Musings | My Biggest Lesson Of The Last Decade

Do you love yourself?

After recently being asked what my biggest lesson learned this last decade was, my answer was clear: I learned how to love myself.

For the majority of my life I had the belief that a romantic partner was supposed to make me happy, so naturally, I constantly found myself in a relationship. This past year after I split with my significant other, I realized that the only relationship that will truly provide me with happiness is the one I have with myself.


In this episode ofThe Deep Dive with Adam Roa,I discuss my biggest lesson learned this past year, as well as the past decade.

Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • Different tools to support you on your self-love journey
  • How to shift the perspective of loneliness
  • How to ensure love is always with you
  • What is the foundation for sustainable happiness

Just like any relationship, if you don’t put in the time and effort into a relationship with yourself, the love is going to fade. And the same is true for the opposite: the more energy and love you pour into yourself, the less lonely you’ll feel when you’re by yourself.

If you struggle with learning how to love yourself, then this episode is for you. 

Are you ever surrounded by a room full of people but still feel lonely? This episode ofThe Deep Dive with Adam Roa dives into this exact topic and the ways in which you can start to eradicate loneliness from your life.


Thank you so much for listening to this episode. I hope you are inspired to love yourself more and create a more loving relationship with yourself. Please take a moment to subscribe on iTunes and leave a review so that we can get this message out to more people.

If you would like any further support on your self-love journey, please feel free to check out my website and explore all the offerings I’ve created to help deepen your own self-love practice.

Always, in all ways, you are seen, you are heard, and you are loved.