Being Committed to Yourself: The Most Important Relationship You’ll Have

The most important relationship you are going to have in your life is the one with yourself. And so often it gets put on the backburner. Which is a bit of a strange thing to think. So how do you commit to yourself?

Commitment is the dedication or devotion to something. No matter what, you will support and care for that thing or person. So it is time to make the person you.

It is essential to know that being committed to yourself in no way means you can’t be committed to your family and other people, but instead that you see your needs and wants as equal to theirs.

Big Stuff

So if you were to think about what it is you wanted to have for yourself right now, what would it be? Here are a few things to think about:

  • Inspiring others
  • To always be creative
  • Painting at least once a week
  • To travel to XYZ countries
  • To have fulfilling relationships that serve you and the person in question
  • To create a lifestyle that you enjoy fully

When you commit to these things, you no longer become hesitant about them. They are things that you are going to do, no matter what. You are going to do them. For you.

Initial Commitment

Once you have decided on the things that you want to achieve and do, for you, no matter what, you should mark the occasion. If you were making the commitment to another person, you would choose a ring and bestow it upon them. So do the same for yourself. Diamond cut engagement rings from Tacori are a perfect choice. Buy yourself something that signifies the commitment that you are making to yourself. And whenever you get disheartened of feel like you aren’t reaching your goals, look at the sparkle on your finger and get back to work.


It might get tricky. There will be occasions where what you want and what people in your life don’t match up. And you will need to decide if the compromise now is worth it later on. You shouldn’t be afraid to speak your mind and tell people that you have goals that you want to meet. But, there will always be a little trepidation at sharing or saying no. The art of compromise is to know what and when it is too much for you, and when it doesn’t help you at all.


If there are things you aren’t happy with, then most often, the person who is responsible for it – is ourselves. We do often have much more power than we think to change what is around us, and even more with how to react to it. If you are honest about how much of what you currently aren’t happy with is because of your decisions, and how much is because of others? Take responsibility and stop placing blame. If you take responsibility, you are taking control of the results and the actions.

Mistake Making

Few things in life teach us as profoundly as making mistakes does. And surely you will have made some in the past (which you now take responsibility for), and you are likely to make some in the future on the way to achieving the goals you set for yourself. A successful person is not afraid to try and is not afraid to fail. Because no matter how old you are now, you still have time.


The dreams and goals that you have written down will need regular updates and check-ins. The chances are if you had written something like ‘be a billionaire in 3 weeks’, that might be a bit of a stretch. However, if you write something like a million in a few years and break that down into monthly earnings, you might find it much more digestible. When you do reach a goal, then tick it off and add another one.


Being happy with what you have and going after what you want in a positive way is going to take gratitude. Looking at what you have now that you are grateful for. It could be anything that you are thankful for. The roof over your head, the soft pillow, a piece of software that made your life easier – it can be anything. As well as material things, think about the type of person you are. Are you thankful for your can-do attitude, or the intuition that never steers you wrong?

Being committed to yourself is a lifelong relationship and requires work and time. So what are you waiting for?

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