Social philosopher Erich Fromm saw self-love, or love for oneself, as essential for our social and emotional development and as a prerequisite for loving others. For social scientists, self-love is an important basis for self-esteem. People who like themselves are more open to criticism and less demanding of others. Those who don’t like themselves may not be able to reciprocate friendship. Instead, they constantly seek relationships that will bolster their poor self-image.Analyze this statement. Do you believe you can love others if you do not love yourself? How important is self love in having reciprocate friendships and in your self esteem?Cite specific examples.
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