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Positive affirmations for anxiety

Positive affirmations for anxiety

  • I let go of what I can’t change and do my best with what I can.
  • I am relaxing each part of my body.
  • I release myself from stress.
  • My body is calm.
  • I find joy in the little things
  • I find joy in where I am.
  • I release worry and know that this too, shall pass.
  • I am safe and in control.
  • I will not stress over things I cannot control.
  • I appreciate my life and find things to be grateful for.
  • I have been through hard things before and have survived them.
  • I have the ability to overcome anxiety.
  • I am worthy of good things.
  • All of my feelings are valid.
  • Everything that is happening now is truly for my highest good.
  • I believe in my ability to get through tough times.
  • The feelings in my body are normal and I fully accept them.
  • I have everything I need within me.
  • I am blessed, loved, and supported.
  • I have so much to be grateful for in my life right now.
  • I am confident.
  • It’s easy to meet new people.
  • I am relaxed at parties.
  • I am relaxed in social situations.
  • People think I am confident.
  • There are a lot of good things about me.
  • I am a friendly person.
  • I like meeting new people.
  • I am carefree.
  • Eye contact is easy for me.
  • I feel comfortable in crowds.
  • I am comfortable around people.
  • I am relaxed when meeting new people.
  • I look forward to meeting new people.
  • Spending time with people is fun for me.
  • I hang out with people easily.
  • I like being around people.
  • Other people like me.
  • Talking to people is easy.
  • I am relaxed when talking to people.
  • Conversation is fun for me.
  • I am relaxed around people.
  • I stay calm around people.
  • I am calm in social situations.
  • I am confident around people.
  • I stay calm in new situations.
  • I stay relaxed in new situations.
  • I feel in control in social situations.
  • I take deep breaths.
  • I breathe slowly.
  • I am strong.
  • I am brave.
  • I am a confident public speaker.
  • I feel confident eating in front of others.
  • I relax during meals with others.
  • I can write easily in front of others.
  • I am relaxed using public restrooms.
  • I am intelligent.
  • I am a good person.
  • People like me.
  • I am a worthwhile person.
  • I can accomplish goals I set for myself.
  • I am competent.
  • 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.

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