Thrive Parenting
Thrive Parenting
Nov 21, 2019
Episode #35 Be Careful What You Say Even If You're Just Talking to Yourself
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The words you say to yourself, to your teens and about your teens create powerful change in your life.

Take a few minutes to write down positive affirmations about yourself. Put these affirmations in front of your bathroom mirror and read them out loud every morning. Feel free to borrow affirmations from others as well as writing your own. Live into these words.

Repeat your affirmation.There’s no formula for how often or how many times you should repeat a positive affirmation, but remember that your subconscious brain loves repetition.

Examples:

I am a cheerful person.
I am in charge of how I feel and today I am choosing happiness.
I am a person who loves eating healthy food that fuels my body.
I exercise because I love feeling strong and alive.
I am always protected by divine power.
I love God and I trust in His timing.
I treat everyone with kindness.
Weight loss is easy and fun.
I know, accept and am true to myself.
I learn from my mistakes.
I enjoy life to the fullest.
I accept others for who they are.
I commit to learning new things.
I am filled with love, hope and confidence.
I feel safe and comfortable in my body.
Everyone sees how much joy and love I have for life.
I crave new, healthy experiences.
All of my relationships are positive and filled with love and compassion. I see others as good people who are trying their best.
I find opportunities to be kind and caring everywhere I look.
My enthusiasm about my job is contagious.
Every day of my life is filled with love.


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