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Daily affirmations can be a good way of motivating yourself and improving your mental health. A lot of women in society today are so worn down by the world that they do not have the energy to do the things that they love. If you are one such individual and find yourself stressed out, tired, and anxious then repeating affirmations can be a good way of working through your problems and clearing your mind. Not all affirmations are good, however. Some circulating on the internet are far from helpful. This post will compile some of the best so you can start working on your mental health.
Researching More Affirmations
Before beginning and delving into 33 of the best daily affirmations, it’s worth noting that you should do more research and learn about more than just those listed here. You can find more inspiring words elsewhere on the internet; researching and learning about affirmations can help you to deal with poor mental health and improve your general sense of well-being. Additionally, consider visiting a physician if your mental health issues are getting out of control and you find yourself unable to deal with them with just affirmations.
- I am perfect the way I am, and nothing anybody else says or does will ever change that.
- My body is a vessel for productivity, greatness, and immense beauty.
- I am awesome; there is nobody like me and while other people shine their light can never be brighter than mine.
- Worrying about how I look is foolish and does nothing for me; I am beautiful.
- I deserve to be treated with love and affection like other people are. Anybody that does not treat me this way does not deserve to be part of my life.
- Asking for help is not a sign of weakness, despite what people say, and it is in fact a sign of self-respect and self-awareness which I possess.
- Changing my mind is not a sign of weakness no matter what people say, it is a sign of strength and determination.
- I alone hold the truth of who I am and other people’s ideas of me are illusions and figments of their imaginations.
- I affirm and encourage others, not just myself, and I am therefore a helpful and useful person to have around.
- I am allowed to ask for what I want and need and nobody can tell me otherwise. A lot of people will try to put me down and call me selfish but I need to be fulfilled and happy, as I exist.
- I am allowed to feel good about myself and nobody has the right to make me feel bad or tell me that I do not.
- I am capable of doing anything I put my mind to, whether it’s going to the Moon or becoming the president.
- I am complete as I am, others simply support me.
- I am growing and I am growing at my own pace and will continue to do so.
- Pain is an illusion and does not deserve as much attention as I give it. I want to be content and free from pain; I want to be content and free from pain.
- I am doing the work that works for me, not anybody else; I matter.
- I am good and I am getting better with every single day that passes me by.
- I do not need friends to make me happy, I have myself. Loneliness is an illusion.
- I am held and supported by those who love me but I am at the same time more than capable of going out and looking after myself.
- I am in charge of how I feel and my happiness, nobody else.
- It is a wonderful life and there is no need to run and hide.
- I can be whoever I want to be, whenever I want to become that person.
- I am listening and open to the messages that the universe has to send to me. I am receptive and willing to change according to those messages.
- I believe in myself.
- I am loved and worthy of other people’s love and likewise, I love and other people are worthy of my love.
- I am more than my circumstances permit.
- Wealth is not important, what is important is my happiness.
- If I choose to put my mind to something then there is absolutely nothing that anybody can do to change that.
- I am open and willing to learn.
- I want to hear what other people’s feelings are.
- I will change my destiny if I want to.
- I can do anything I put my mind to.
- I will help and care for others.
Seeking Mental Health Support
As mentioned earlier in this post, affirmations can be a great way of improving your mental health and general well-being. However, sometimes alone they are not effective and external help is required. If your mental health hasn’t been the best recently then you might also want to seek a therapist’s help. A therapist will be able to talk you through your problems and help you to understand why they are insignificant in the grand scheme of things, explaining how your mental health and sense of happiness matter more than anything else.
In addition to seeking mental health treatment, consider improving your life. Some people’s lives are riddled with mental health issues because of the choices that they make. If you make bad choices, i.e., you drink or do drugs then the reason you have mental health issues is clear. Begin making positive changes in your life in addition to reciting daily affirmations so that you can bring about real, tangible change. If changing your life means cutting out negative influences then this is just something you will have to do.
Poor mental health can make living one’s life extremely difficult. Individuals interested in improving theirs can start by reciting daily affirmations. The affirmations here can change things for the better. In combination with affirmations, consider reaching out to a therapist and getting their help.