Everyone knows how to show up for others. If a friend achieves a milestone, like graduating from college or reaching their 10th wedding anniversary, you might send them a card or a special gift to commemorate the occasion. Or you may take them out to a special dinner to celebrate. Showing up for yourself can be more elusive. Sometimes personal milestones can be quieter, like setting your first boundary with a troublesome family member or speaking up for yourself in a work setting. These achievements need to be recognized and celebrated. Show up for yourself by recognizing the good and the growth you have achieved. If you think you are good at showing up for others, imagine what would happen if you did that for yourself!