A few weeks ago, I was having a rough day. After a while, I got tired of wallowing in that negativity so I decided to journal about myself and what I deserve.
I thought it’d be helpful to share my thought process and pep talk to myself from having a bad day so you know that you can do the same for yourself. It can be really hard to be positive to ourselves and engage in positive self-talk, but it gets easier the more you do it. So here we go:
People still underestimate me. That’s okay, though. I’ll keep proving them wrong.
I’m even stronger than I give myself credit for. I’ve been through some shit, man, and I always make it out on the other side. Always. Because I’m a badass that’s strong as fuck.
I keep picking myself up. I keep trying and trying again. I keep going and moving forward. I always keep going.
I am amazing. I care so much. I’m really strong and smart. I’m kind and patient with others. I’m an excellent writer. I’m an empath on a journey. I’m mindful as fuck. I’m supportive. I’m a hard worker who takes so much pride in my work. I’m fly as fuck.
I deserve good things. I deserve happiness. I deserve joy in my career and life. I deserve good connections. I deserve everything I want, need, dream and desire, and I’ll get what’s meant for me and my highest good.
I’m observant and wonderful and funny and kind and amazing and beautiful and unique. I have value and worth. I am interesting and worth knowing and talking to.
It’s amazing how happy I am given everything I’ve gone through. That shows how strong I am.
I am like a bright, pink, sparkly unicorn. I am bright and fun and unique and me. I’m perfectly imperfect.
I’m me, totally and completely, and that’s fucking awesome. I don’t care what other people think about me anymore. I’m becoming much more independent, successful and rich in life and love.
I deserve to be heard and read. And I deserve to help others feel the same way.
I don’t gossip. I don’t badmouth people. I’m a good person, inside and out. I make mistakes. I fuck up. But I keep going. I don’t let a no or anything else hold me back.
I’m a warrior. A badass, super strong warrior. And this is just the beginning of my journey.
I want and need to help other people, and they want and need my help, the kind that only I can give.