Affirmations for childhood trauma (33+)

Affirmations for childhood trauma

  • A feeling of peace and tranquility comforts my being.
  • All human beings make mistakes. What matters is that I learn from mine.
  • All of my accomplishments are because I am a fully functioning, capable, competent human being.
  • Asking for help is a sign of strength.
  • Boundary setting helps me to create safety within my life.
  • Even though I am in pain…I truly and deeply love and accept myself.
  • Feelings are never right or wrong. They just are.
  • I accept and acknowledge unconditionally my individuality and unique personality.
  • I acknowledge and accept that healing is possible.
  • I allow myself to accept positive comments and thoughts about me.
  • I am a happy, healthy, wholesome, beautiful, positive, prosperous person.
  • I am a likable and lovable person.
  • I am a self determined person, and I allow others the same right.
  • I am a unique and priceless person, coming from a unique and perfect pattern within me.
  • I am a valid human being with feelings and needs.
  • I am an extremely well liked and pleasing person.
  • I am an extremely well liked and pleasing person.
  • I am ensuring my inner-child feels safe from pain through my actions.
  • I am extremely successful in everything I do and say.
  • I am fully competent and capable in everything that I decide to do.
  • I am open and receptive of compliments.
  • I am proud to be a deeply feeling person.
  • I am respected and well-liked by all people that I know.
  • I am the best judge of what is best for me, and I trust my judgement completely.
  • I am the only person responsible for getting my own needs met.
  • I am worth getting to know.
  • I break the cycle of thoughts and behaviors that leads to experiencing the trauma again.
  • I can say No to other people and know I remain loved and cared for.
  • I can trust myself completely as my life unfolds to create my own unique story. I am highly creative, intelligent, attractive, energetic, sexy, witty,
  • I choose to create an atmosphere of peace and safety for myself.
  • I deserve to be cared for.
  • I deserve to be respected and treated with love.
  • I do not blame myself for my childhood experiences/trauma
  • I ensure my inner-child of his/her safety by use of my words of kindness, compassion, and hope.
  • I give myself all the permission I need to do what I know is best.
  • I have complete and unconditional worth as a person in this universe.
  • I have the right and responsibility to express my anger and remain loved, and I take responsibility to clean up any mess and restore harmony when appropriate.
  • I love myself unconditionally just as I am.
  • I receive love and kindness with ease.
  • I release the feeling of guilt, hurt and shame.
  • I release the feeling of isolation
  • I replace hate, anger, agitation with others with intentional and positive interactions.
  • I respect myself, I respect all other persons, and all other people respect me.
  • I trust and rely upon my excellent sense of judgement in everything I do.
  • It is not selfish, but responsible, to put my own needs first.
  • Love and tranquility surrounds my interactions and my decisions today.
  • My abuse/traumatic experiences do not define who I am as a person.
  • My feelings are important messages from my body.
  • My feelings matter.
  • My inner-child awaits to be acknowledged.
  • My mind, body, and spirit belong to me.
  • My value is just as significant as any other person.
  • My wants and needs are just as important as anyone elses.
  • My willingness to follow through on my promises demonstrates the importance of my self-connection.
  • My worth as a human being is unconditional, and other people unconditionally like me.
  • Other people have the right to say No to me and I know that we still love and care for each other.
  • Setting firm boundaries come easy for me.
  • smart, healthy, wealthy, and wise.
  • The more I like myself the more others like themselves.
  • Today I choose me.
  • Today I comfort my inner child

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