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AFFIRMATION STRUCTURES

 

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MEMORY & SELF-CARE &AFFIRMATIONS

 

AFFIRMATION SCIENCE EXAMPLE

You can choose to build and use a self-care structure that will make actual affirmative brain cells every day!

 

You can choose to strengthen yourself so that when difficulties are part of your day you can move through them through mindful learning.

 

You can also choose to strengthen yourself so that when major losses come to you and your family you are well practiced in self care and well stocked with brain cells that store your Afirmative efforts in your Long Term Memory so that you and your family can choose to experience the trauma or loss, learn from it, integrate the learning into the family, remember what is important, and continue developing.

 

I define my own life positively when I use my physical capacity to protect and nurture my own development.

Three different kinds of effective affirmations for therapeutic self care that use the new tools from Neuroscience.

 

1.  A declaration of positive truth.

      I can choose to do this now.

      Now I have a better plan.

      I am good at this.

 

2.  A choice statement.

      I can choose to refuse to receive the impulsive talk of others.

      I can choose to notice that I have more than one feeling.

      I can choose to abandon myself or not.

 

3.  A statement of doubt with a positive asserttion.

      I am distrustful of this process and I can choose to give it a chance or not.

      I still feel angry and I know I want to stop choosing to behave impulsively.

        This process is hard and I can choose to keep trying or not.

  • AFFIRMATION SAMPLE CHOICES

     

    You can choose to copy and paste the Affirmations below to your Blank Affirmation Form

    You can choose to customize your BLANK AFFIRMATION FORM by reading through the Affirmation Sample Choices below and picking the affirmations that fit your feelings and needs.  Then you can copy and paste the chosen Affirmations Samples to your BLANK AFFIRMATION FORM you have downloaded to your computer.  As time goes by you can choose to keep your completed AFFIRMATION FORM working for you by tuning it up with fresh affirmations that fit any new situations or feeling or needs.

     

    You can also choose to write your own affirmations by first putting down a phrase including the idea of "choice", and second you can add an idea of a gentle self-care goal or truth about myself using as few words as possible.

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    Simply you can choose to create your affirmation to your own liking.

    CLICK BELOW FOR:

    MY BLANK AFFIRMATION FORM

    I can choose to feel good about myself.

     

    I can choose to affirm myself.

     

    I don't trust this process but I can choose to give it a chance.

     

    This process is hard and I can choose to keep trying.

     

    I don't feel in control but perhaps choice is better.

     

    I can choose to practice and then I will get better at this.

     

    I can choose to find my way on my own.

     

    I feel better when I'm less impulsive.

     

    I am good at this.

     

    Being less manipulative feels good.

     

    Being less frightened feels good.

     

    When I feel NO and I say NO and I do NO I injure no one.

     

    Now I don't feel so angry.

     

    Now I don't feel so dependent.

     

    Now I don't feel so isolated.

     

    Now I don't feel hopeless.

     

    Choosing to take care of myself is a great idea!

     

    I am astonished at the good job I did.

     

    I can choose to notice that I have more than one feeling.

     

    I can choose to label what I’m feeling.

     

    I can choose to label what I’m needing.

     

    I can choose to like myself.

     

    I can choose to believe in myself.

     

    I feel like I can do this now.

     

    This feels like something I have done before.

    I can choose to interrupt and replace self-abandonment.

     

    Now I have a better plan.

     

    I like to have some gentle structure in my life.

     

    I still feel angry but I know I don't want to be impulsive.

     

    I still feel hurt but I know I don't want to hurt others.

     

    I'm not sure I feel safe but I am willing to keep trying.

     

    Saying “NO” feels weird but it feels good.

     

    I like myself better when I'm not attacking somebody.

     

    Now I can just be proud of myself.

     

    I don't need help. I just want to say what happened.

     

    Now I know what a Time Out is supposed to be.

     

    Now the whole thing feels possible.

     

    It is good not to let other people's immaturity in!

     

    I can choose to refuse to receive the impulsive talk of others.

     

    I can choose to believe in myself.

     

    I can choose to notice what my body feels.

     

    I can choose to notice what my body needs.

     

    When I know what I feel and what I need I can make a plan.

     

    I can choose to remember my happiness comes from my self-care.

     

    I can choose to find out what I am capable of accomplishing.

     

    I can choose not to abandon myself.

     

    When I choose not to abandon myself I notice I feel better.

     

    When I feel good about what I am my focused upon, I can choose to keep it.

     

    When I am uncomfortable with what I am focused upon, I can change it.

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