What makes you strong? What have you been working on, building up, becoming better at, good in, and achieving?
Everything you do and continue to do in the process of becoming more of yourself makes you strong. No matter how big or small, your progress is a sign of power and bravery.
My effort makes me strong.
Despite people not understanding me, questioning me, and looking at me different I keep going.
Despite being highly sensitive/an empath, getting easily overwhelmed, feeling tired often, having anxiety, battling depression, I keep trying.
Declaration: With everything I am and all that I see myself becoming, I will continue to put in constant effort.
See this card on my Mighty Page here.
Look at yourself and ask if what you put up with reflects how you want to be treated. Do you deserve better? How do you view your self-worth? In terms of relationships, self-development, job opportunities etc. how do you view yourself?
Know that you are worthy of love, acceptance, and peace. Remove yourself from any situation that jeopardizes or challenges your self-worth. Your happiness and well being will always be more important. Gracefully remove yourself from anything that makes you question who you are.
Be patient with your journey as you search and work to better situate yourself in spaces that reflect your growth.
“I am” is the most powerful two words you can utter. The more you declare and affirm who you are, the more you will teach yourself kindness, empathy, love, power, and independence.
As we venture into the realm of declarative “I am” statements, know that we will do so with grace, forgiveness, an open mind, and strength.
We know who we are so, therefore, we know who we are not. We know that we are more and not less. Declare more while disowning the negative counterparts.
You are someone. You are someone with a journey. You are someone with a purpose. You are someone with a mind. You are someone with a voice.
So, tell me who you are.
Read this poem on The Mighty
Be persistent even when you try and your results aren’t what you were thinking will happen.
Keep trying and modify your tactics if necessary. Know that you can get your desired results. Also, be open to opportunites as they come. Open your mind to different avenues of success.
I will be who I want to be even if I can’t see it happening right now.
There is no shame in crying in order to heal and recover. Give yourself time and space to reflect and to grow in your pain. Don’t be ashamed of your pain.
Let your pain out. Let it dissolve in the freshness of something new. Become better.
Let yourself become a product of a freed pain. Help someone else free their pain.
I will feel peace. I will know peace. I will sleep and I will rejuvenate myself and my strength.
Health comes before any decision in any circumstance. There will be no pouring of empty cups or pushing past limits that are unhealthy. I will choose myself and whats best for me.
Even in those moments when I feel broken, I will not speak the words that will end my motivation to keep moving forward. Even in my low moments, I will not shut down and give up. Joy, peace, and self-love is the goal. No matter how much I want to give it all up, I won’t.
Asking for help and being vulnerable makes you brave and powerful. Help makes you one step closer to healing and progress. There are moments, pivotal moments, where you genuinely think you can do everything on your own, but you can’t. Working with others and making smart choices about your health will help you progress in your self-development.
I will be healthy. To be healthy is to say no to things that negatively effect your mental, physical, or emotional well being. Declare that you will be healthy from now on. If something isn’t good for you, don’t allow it to progress itself and disturb your internal peace.