Affirmations for drug addicts

Affirmations for drug addicts

  • I am free from my drug addiction
  • I am happy with who I am
  • I look inside myself for happiness
  • I am in control of my own life
  • I respect my body
  • I am loved by everyone around me
  • I find it easy to turn down drugs
  • I am not tempted at all by drugs
  • I have the natural ability to stay in control
  • I always make sure to only align myself with people who support me
  • I am becoming more free of my drug addiction by the day
  • I will become a drug free individual
  • I am finding myself more in control of my own life by the day
  • I will be able in control of my own life
  • I am becoming more happy about who I am
  • I will surround myself with people who support me
  • I will forgive myself for all I have done
  • I am turning into the happy person that I used to be
  • I am transforming into someone who can easily turn down drugs
  • I am becoming someone who loves themselves
  • The only thing in control of my life is myself
  • I deserve to be free of drugs
  • Being surrounded by positive people is natural to me
  • I have forgiven myself for all that I did while I was possessed by drugs
  • My life is free from drugs
  • I will stay free of drugs forever
  • People see me as someone who has successfully overcome drug addiction
  • People look up to me as someone who has wrestled with drug addiction and come out on top
  • Being free of drugs has been an improvement in my life
  • I am worth self-love and self-acceptance.
  • I live for recovery and recovery is a priority in my life.
  • Recovering from addiction allows me to give back to others, which in turn helps me further my recovery.
  • I am not just a body—I am body, mind, and soul.
  • If I feel stress, I give myself permission to take a break.
  • My body is a temple that I will treat with respect, appreciation, and love.
  • I am capable of achieving anything I put my effort toward.
  • My life matters.
  • I am a loyal and supportive family member and friend.
  • I will not limit myself to how I perceive myself or what I will accomplish in the world.
  • My health is the ultimate investment in my life.
  • I am not a burden to others if I ask for help or support.
  • My life is plentiful with gifts, blessings, and joy.
  • I am surrounded by loving and supportive people.
  • I give myself permission to have intense feelings, and let them pass perceived as neither bad nor good.
  • I deserve respect in my relationships.
  • Every day I learn more and more healthy coping skills.
  • I choose to forgive myself for the mistakes I have made, and have learned from each one.
  • I am free to express my needs, thoughts, and feelings in a respectful manner.
  • I can rely on my instincts to help guide me through obstacles toward the life I want to live.
  • I can succeed in this world.
  • I am empowered by my ability to make appropriate decisions at any given moment.
  • A bad moment or action doesn’t mean I am inherently bad, or that my day cannot change trajectories.
  • I am empowered in my journey to pursue all of my goals and dreams, including recovery.
  • I am both responsible and accountable for my choices and behavior.
  • I am sober, happy, and no longer bound my struggles, but empowered by my choices.
  • I accept that I will feel depression and anxiety, but those feelings do not have to be overwhelming.
  • I can still achieve inner balance.
  • I will not worry about tomorrow as I am living for today and the present.
  • I am creating and crafting my life, not merely reacting to it.
  • I am whole and more than enough.
  • I am NOT a victim, but an empowered person.
  • It has become easier for me to express my needs, thoughts, and feelings.
  • I have the courage to let go of control.
  • I accept ALL of who I am!
  • Every day, in every way, I am getting better.
  • I can and I will.
  • I will be a better me.
  • I am worthy of great things.
  • I like the person I’m becoming.
  • All of my problems have a solution.
  • I press on because I believe in my path.
  • The past has no power over me anymore.
  • I have many strengths.
  • I am in charge of my life story.
  • I choose peace rather than this.
  • I am transforming and transformed people transform people.
  • I stay sober as I am not sure if I have another recovery left in me.
  • I choose honesty, peace, kindness and love wherever I go.
  • Love is a verb, I am a verb like love.
  • I cross the bridge of my insecurities and explore new possibilities.
  • In everything I do I flow and don’t force.
  • I am healed and I am a healer. I am part of the solution and not the problem.
  • I align with all that is wonderful, choosing beauty and not what is ugly.
  • Today I show up, grow up, give up and own up. Today I am new. Today I am free.
  • I do not need this!
  • I am going away with this.
  • I will not let this addiction destroy me.
  • I am changing.
  • I am strong enough to undergo this.
  • I will have to do this.
  • This is nothing but an addiction that I need to do away with!
  • My body is strong.
  • I am maintaining distance from all kinds of drugs.
  • If it is ruining my health, I will not take that.
  • I am doing just fine.
  • I have started to feel better without them.
  • I am not that fragile.
  • I will restart my life.
  • I am not a drug addict.
  • I have the willpower to do this.
  • I am committing the good thing by quitting this.
  • I am not damaging myself anymore.
  • I will get this done as quickly as possible.
  • My future is in my hands.
  • This is an inevitable process.
  • I will survive this.
  • This is just a phase.
  • I am devoted to living a healthful life.
  • I will have my satisfaction very shortly.
  • I am not weak to be hanging on this.
  • I will not flex over such a small thing.
  • I will not surround myself with the group who are injurious to my health.
  • I am giving myself another chance.
  • I do not need drugs to feel happy.
  • I do not need escapism.
  • I love my solidarity.
  • I am having a peaceful life without drugs.
  • I am pushing through a significant stage of my life.
  • I can do good in life only when I am fine.
  • I will prioritize my health!
  • I am recovering.
  • This will take longer but I will not quit.
  • I am not scared to go through this phase.
  • All this will bring about a generous soul within me for sure.
  • I have come this far, I will keep going till I overcome this completely.
  • I’ll protect my health.
  • I have to take care of my mental stability.
  • I am doing the right thing.
  • I am a fighter and a survivor.
  • Things will change for me once I quit taking drugs.
  • I will fight against this at any cost.
  • I am not giving up till I am certain about my condition.
  • I will not divert from my goal – to won’t drugs.
  • Happiness and peace are waiting for me.
  • This will be a difficult journey but in the climax, I will arise as a hero.
  • I will not back out of my decision.
  • I will start meditating!
  • I will do this part with honesty and sincerity.
  • I know only I can help myself.
  • I will get myself admitted to a rehabilitation center.
  • I have decided to be a drug-free person.
  • I do not want my parents to see it as drug abuse.
  • This is hard but I can achieve it.
  • I will shine brightly once I get this done.
  • My career needs my focus and my addiction will not help me to get what I want, so, I am going to quit this.
  • I learn I will be a decent individual once I quit taking drugs.
  • I will not leave my family in distress anymore.
  • If not for me, I’ll do this for my house and companions who are fearful of me.
  • I will not waste my money on something that is not providing me even the slightest of benefits.
  • Nothing can influence me anymore.
  • I have dreams and goals for life and so I will quit this habit of mine.
  • I am a good person without drugs.
  • I do not need drugs to avoid pain and agony.
  • I will have to deal with things by myself.
  • I am performing the good things and I know it.
  • I will not only help myself but I will also be able to save my money.
  • I will avoid those people who influence me to take those drugs.
  • It is illegal and injurious to me so I will maintain distance from it.
  • I have the guts to face this issue.
  • I cannot make a joke of myself.
  • I am entitled to every happiness and comfort of life.
  • My talents and qualities are being ignored because of these drugs and so I have decided to quit.
  • I will face this problem and solve them immediately!
  • I cannot let these packets play with my health and future.
  • My family has high hopes for me and I cannot do this to them.
  • This year will be great without this drug habit of mine.
  • I will fight the reality with my conscious mind.
  • I am not a coward who needs drugs to deal with reality.
  • I will face this and overcome it too.
  • By the next two months I will be a drug-free person.
  • My things will not be spoiled because of this habit.
  • When this is pushing every close person far from me then what is the use of it? I will quit it!
  • I will start doing fine within two months.
  • I will admit myself to the rehabilitation center for my betterment.
  • I have faith in what I am doing.
  • I will not let my family be in pain and constant worries because of me.
  • I am a strong will person.
  • I will do this anyway.
  • I have the spirit to deal with this.
  • I am not riding away from this crisis of mine.
  • I will no longer be a douche do anybody!
  • I am doing great and I know.
  • Slowly things will be okay and fine for me.
  • I will not be mean towards me.
  • I will try to stay healthy and very far from drug abuse.
  • I dare to do this.
  • I love challenges and so I will take this as a challenge.

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