Survivor Affirmation: Challenges Teach Me Valuable Lessons

Survivor Affirmation: Challenges Teach Me Valuable Lessons
Challenges Teach Me Valuable Lessons

When I encounter challenging situations, I avoid running away from them.
Being able to face obstacles gives me a chance to overcome them.

There are valuable lessons to be learned from trying circumstances.
My strength is tested and renewed with each hurdle in front of me.
I am a force to be reckoned with because I use challenging experiences to strengthen my heart and soul.

Emotional hurdles are difficult because they are personal.
I recognize that there are times when it is best to put my feelings aside.

Managing overwhelming feelings while going through life teaches me to balance. I avoid breaking down in the midst of situations that require my focus.
Taking this approach helps me to keep control of my emotions.

Creativity is a valuable lesson that comes from challenges.

When I am at a crossroads I am forced to think quickly and choose a path.

Making decisions at work shows me that I am able to prioritize.
I learn how to balance all sides of a tough situation before making a fair decision.

When I am faced with uncertainty, I avoid panicking.
I realize that keeping my cool in times of doubt sharpens my judgment.

Today, I embrace the lessons that I learn from facing my difficulties.

I know that I am poised to grow with each challenge I tackle head on.

My focus is on learning something new about myself each day.

✴Talking with Myself:

1. What process do I follow to search for the lessons in difficulty?
2. How do I determine which challenges I ought to walk away from?
3. How well am I able to apply previous lessons to new challenging situations?

Tonya GJ Prince

Tonya GJ Prince

Tonya is a Social Justice Info Expert with over 23 years experience. She holds a BS in Organizational Management & Development. Her cat MiaBelle is her co-writer.
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