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WEEKLY AFFIRMATIONS

Affirmations are positive statements which are repeated mentally. They can be used to counteract negative thoughts and beliefs or to reinforce new ways of thinking. You can write your own or you can use an affirmation from an outside source.

If you write your own affirmation, you may find it helpful to keep it short enough that you can easily repeat the phrase many times throughout the day without having to stop what you are doing to read it. It is usually better to keep the phrase positive, without the use of words such as “not.” For example, “I am healthy and strong” is more affirming than “I am not sick.” It is also better to keep the affirmation as present-oriented as possible. For example, I am healthy and strong is more affirming that “I am getting healthy and strong.”

A goal could be to work toward being comfortable with the affirmation before trying another one.

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I am the only thinker in my mind.
I choose thoughts that make me feel good
(Louise Hay).

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