Affirmations for good mental health

Affirmations for good mental health

  • I am good enough as I am.
  • And I deserve to be loved, cared for, and respected.
  • Yes, I am my mental illness, but I am also so much more than it.
  • What others think of me has nothing to do with who I am as a person.
  • I accept and love myself for who I am.
  • Living in spite of my mental illness makes me brave, not weak.
  • There is nothing wrong in saying NO.
  • Mental illness is not a choice, a character flaw, or a personal failure.
  • I respect and listen to my gut instinct.
  • And I deal with whatever my illness throws my way because I am a survivor.
  • I am strong in my values and confident in my abilities.
  • I can handle feeling uncomfortable.
  • I am in control of how I think, feel, and behave.
  • I will turn negative thoughts into positive ones.
  • my life is a gift.
  • I have what I need to get through this.
  • I will come through this challenge with a better understanding of myself.
  • I am powerful.
  • no one can take your joy.
  • I am relaxed and at peace.
  • I am calm, cared for, and connected.
  • I am a living breathing example of the world I want to live in.
  • I let go of the past, surrender concerns about the future, and openly receive the experience of the present moment.
  • This Is a Moment of Suffering.
  • There Is No Danger.
  • just for today.
  • I am so grateful for my life and all its blessings.
  • I love my life as it is today.
  • what I’m feeling is valid and okay.
  • I release anything that doesn’t serve me.
  • I believe in my abilities and express my true self with ease.
  • I have everything I need to create my own opportunities.
  • I am comfortable allowing my light to shine in all situations.
  • I trust my intuition and listen to my inner voice.
  • I am focused
  • I can solve problems and think clearly
  • I can make good decisions
  • I can express my opinions with clarity and calmness
  • I can, and I will
  • Healing is possible for me.
  • I am enough.
  • I am not my diagnosis.
  • My diagnosis will not define my life.
  • I can challenge my negative thoughts with positive ones.
  • I am thankful for the positive things in my life.
  • I love myself for who I am.
  • I care for myself daily.
  • I share my feelings with honesty and courage.
  • I have many positive things in my life.
  • I treat myself with love and kindness.
  • I am worthy of love and happiness.
  • My mental health challenges don’t define who I am.
  • Better mental health is possible for me.
  • I am happy to be me.
  • I value my mental health as much as my physical health.
  • How I feel matters.
  • I am more than my trauma.
  • I love myself unconditionally.
  • I am grateful for all that I have in my life.
  • There are people out there who will help me.
  • I am mentally strong.
  • My feelings are valid.
  • My mental illness is only a small part of who I am.
  • Reaching out for support shows strength.
  • I am allowed to have mental health struggles.
  • I accept myself for who I am.
  • I deserve all the happiness in the world.
  • I accept that I have anxiety.
  • My anxious thoughts do not define me.
  • I have coping skills that help me with my anxiety.
  • I am in control.
  • I trust that I can make strides in handling my anxiety.
  • I live in the present.
  • I trust in myself.
  • I am not ashamed of having anxiety.
  • Having anxious thoughts is only part of who I am.
  • Right now, I am peaceful.
  • I face anxiety with courage and strength.
  • My anxiety does not control me.
  • I have the final say in all of my emotions.
  • There are people out there who understand what I am going through.
  • Anxiety is not who I am.
  • I am a calm and positive person.
  • I release all of my worries.
  • I have confidence in myself and my future.
  • I feel calm and capable of handling anything that comes my way.
  • I am strong, confident, and courageous.
  • Every day, I become calmer, more positive, and more confident.
  • There is more to me than anxiety.
  • I am in control of my emotions.
  • My anxiety will not control my life.
  • I am calm and present.
  • I am safe.
  • I have coping skills to get through this crisis.
  • I am strong enough to get through this crisis.
  • This crisis will not define me.
  • There are people who will help me through this crisis.
  • This crisis will pass and I will be okay.
  • This crisis will test my strength, but I am strong.
  • I can stay calm in scary situations.

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