Affirmations for domestic violence survivors (29+)
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Affirmations for domestic violence survivors
- Each second, each minute, each hour, each day, each month, each year, I am getting stronger.
- Each time I don’t respond or set a boundary, I remind myself of what I am worth.
- Empowerment is accessible to me
- Empowerment is something that sings through my every action
- Every act of silence is a protection against psychological violence.
- Every action I take is from my empowered heart
- Every day I wake up with new strength
- I am a loveable person who deserves the care, affection, and respect of others.
- I am capable of healing and reaching my greatest dreams
- I am capable of manifesting confidence
- I am cloaked in confidence
- I am healing slowly, but surely, day by day one step at a time.
- I am making self-care a priority.
- I am my own best friend. I am my own best advocate.
- I am powerful and capable no matter what emotion I’m feeling
- I am putting the past well and truly behind me to focus on the present and future.
- I am stronger than all of the challenges life throws at me
- I am stronger than empty threats.
- I am the life source. I am the Light. Without me, there is nothing to feed on.
- I can communicate my feelings to people who deserve to hear my voice.
- I can do amazing things with my life
- I can overcome any hardship in my life
- I can overcome anything
- I can survive anything. And I will thrive.
- I care about and love myself.
- I deserve so much more than to be an emotional punching bag.
- I have a right to be free from abuse. Every human being has that right and I do, too.
- I have firm boundaries and the strength to stick to them.
- I have survived everything in my past and I can survive everything in my future
- I have the courage to face any challenge in life
- I know and trust my own mind.
- I live my life with confidence
- I love myself. Truly and always, I love myself. And for the first time in a long time, I am putting myself first.
- I never give up; I keep going.
- I survived the abuse I faced, meaning that I have been empowered from the day I was born
- I trust my own reality. I know and trust what I experienced and felt. I validate myself.
- I will defend and protect myself, no matter what.
- I will remain empowered even in the face of antagonism
- Loneliness is infinitely better than any form of abuse.
- My heart shines of the power to help me face any difficulty
- My life is worth more than empty promises.
- My mental health is my number one priority.
- My strength is in my softness
- My success is their karma.
- My voice is one of strength and power
- My will is stronger than an abuser’s attempts to bully me.
- No one can take away the power I have within me.
- No one can take my strength from me
- Self empowerment is infinite and bright within me
- Staying sane is more important than being validated by an abuser.
- Strength flows through me constantly
- Survivors of abuse like myself are the most powerful people in this world
- The strength I had to survive is still with me today
- They don’t love or care about me – they care about fulfilling their own needs.
- They don’t miss me as a person – they miss controlling and mistreating me.
- This is life or death and I choose life. Every time.
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