Affirmations for alcohol recovery (29+)

Affirmations for alcohol recovery

  • I am free from my alcohol addiction
  • I am happy with who I am
  • I find happiness within me
  • I am taking my life in my own hands
  • I am taking care of my body
  • I am loved by people in my life
  • I don’t need alcohol to be happy and in peace with myself
  • I can deal with anything that comes my way
  • I am able to stay in control
  • I surround myself with people who support me
  • I am letting go of my addiction to alcohol
  • I am becoming more and more sober with each passing day
  • I will take responsibility for my life
  • I will forgive myself for everything I’ve done
  • I am about to start a new life, free from alcohol
  • I appreciate and cherish myself more and more every day
  • I am becoming a strong individual with healthy habits
  • I will take control of my life
  • I am transforming into someone who is happy and peaceful
  • I will be spending my time with positive and supporting people
  • Staying away from alcohol comes naturally to me
  • I deserve all the great things life has to offer
  • People see me as a positive, happy and healthy individual
  • My life is getting better with each passing day
  • I am worthy of a life free from alcohol addiction
  • My life is filled with happiness and peace
  • My relationships with people are healing
  • People see me as someone who successfully overcame alcohol addiction
  • My body and my spirit are healing
  • I am in control of my choices.
  • I have power over my impulses.
  • I choose to stop drinking now.
  • I am highly motivated to stop drinking.
  • I release the need for alcohol.
  • Drinking alcohol no longer serves me.
  • I do not enjoy drinking alcohol.
  • I can enjoy life in other ways.
  • I let go of my alcohol addiction.
  • I am free from my alcohol addiction.
  • I am overcoming my addiction one day at a time.
  • I am becoming more sober every day.
  • I believe that I can quit drinking.
  • I am ready to start a new chapter in my life.
  • I will heal my relationships with people.
  • I am dedicated to self-love and care.
  • I am worthy of being healthy.
  • I am in recovery.
  • I am recovering successfully.
  • I am healing myself, one day at a time.
  • I am capable of getting and staying sober.
  • I deserve to be happy.
  • I make smart, healthy choices in my life.
  • I make choices that are beneficial for me and that serve my highest good.
  • I am strong enough to recover.
  • I believe in my ability to recover.
  • I am proud of myself and my recovery.
  • I have the resilience, resourcefulness and inner strength I need to heal myself.
  • I am undergoing a powerful, radical healing transformation.
  • I am creating peace within myself and in my life, every day.
  • I prioritize the habits, routines, lifestyles, and relationships that support my sobriety.
  • I am strong enough to prioritize my sobriety.
  • I am stronger than my addiction.
  • I am surrounded by people who love me.
  • I am not a burden when I ask for support.
  • My body deserves my love.
  • My body needs me to nourish it so that I can live a happy life.
  • It’s okay for me to love myself!
  • I am enough, just the way that I am.
  • I respect my body, and I’m going to give it the nourishment that it needs from me.
  • My body is my home, and I’m going to take care of it.
  • Food is not the enemy. It is nurturing and healing.
  • The voice of my ED does not represent how I feel about myself.
  • I will not listen to the negative thoughts. I CAN beat this.
  • I am strong, fierce and brave.
  • I have everything that I need to take care of myself inside of me.
  • A goal weight is an irrelevant number, and doesn’t speak of my health.
  • I do  not compare myself to others. We are all unique.
  • I am my own best friend, and I’ll be the best friend that I can be to myself.
  • It’s okay for me to feel down sometimes. This doesn’t mean that I can’t get back up.
  • I am worthy of love from myself and from others.
  • It’s up to me to define my own beauty.
  • Relapses and negative thoughts are just minor setbacks, not failures.
  • I eat for energy and nourishment.
  • I want to be a positive and happy person.
  • My body gives me so much, and keeps me alive.
  • Balance is important, and I will respect my body by giving it balance.
  • My health is an investment in my life.
  • I feel amazing when I’m happy and healthy.
  • I deserve not to obsess about food and weight.
  • My worth comes from inside of me, and I am inherently worthy.
  • I am not afraid of making mistakes.
  • I will not punish myself for making mistakes or feeling down.
  • I am learning and growing and loving myself more, every single day.
  • I am clean and sober.
  • Alcohol does not have control over my life.
  • I am free from my alcohol addiction.
  • I can overcome my alcohol addiction.
  • I am stronger than my addiction.
  • I have the power to fight my impulses.
  • I have the willpower to overcome my addiction.
  • I am attracting good health.
  • My body is a sacred temple.
  • Life is beautiful.
  • I am in control of my life.
  • I find it easy to stay sober.
  • I am in control of my urges.
  • Substances do not have any power over me.
  • Being sober comes naturally to me.
  • I enjoy being sober.
  • I go easy on myself through the recovery.
  • I like myself when I’m sober.

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