Survivor Affirmation: I Am My Own Best Cheerleader

Survivor Affirmation: I Am My Own Best Cheerleader

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I Am My Own Best Cheerleader.

I root for myself in all situations. I offer myself praise, and appreciate the compliments I give myself. I choose words that motivate me.

I offer myself guidance. My advice is specific and practical. At a networking event, I remind myself that I am friendly and knowledgeable.
I focus on smiling and staying updated on the latest industry news. It becomes easier to start conversations with strangers and join in their discussions.

I offer myself affirmation. I notice when I am improving.  I celebrate the positive changes I make.

The little things in life are rewarding. I watch a funny movie. Laughter dissolves stress and cheers me up. I prepare my favorite foods. Indulging in a cup of hot chocolate or a healthy meal restores my energy.

I play with my pets. They remind me that I am loveable.

I spend time with family and friends. They share my victories and setbacks. They support me in everything I do.

I love doing things to lift my spirits.
I listen to stimulating music. Housework becomes less tedious when my favorite songs are playing. I exercise regularly. Physical activity fights depression.
I head outdoors to surround myself with nature. Flowing water and green fields invigorate me.

Today, I give myself a pat on the back.

When I cheer for myself, I am reminded that someone is in my corner. I remember my purpose in life and make positive decisions that support me.

Talking with Myself:

1. How do I know when I need a pep talk?
2. What is one inspiring thing I could say to myself each morning?
3. Why is it important for me to be kind to myself?

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Post Author: Tonya GJ Prince

Tonya is a Social Justice Expert with over 24 years experience as a speaker, group facilitator, crisis intervention counselor, writer, advocate & activist. She holds a BS in Organizational Management & Development.
Her Tortie rescue cat MiaBelle, is her longtime co-writer.
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