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Affirmations for Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, C-PTSD, and Abuse Recovery

Affirmations for you to say to yourself…in this order …some of them repeat on purpose..

Draw in a breath and exhale the breath as you are saying the affirmation…

…pause for about 3 seconds after each one

I am strong

I matter

My ideas are worth listening to

My feelings matter

I have the right to feel what it is that I feel

I have the right to stay away from toxic people

I am worthy

I am calm

I am confident

I can create 

I am kind

I am beautiful

I matter

I have the right to feel what it is that I feel

I have the right to protect myself from abusive people

I am unique in the world

I am calm

I am confident

I feel things deeply

I have the right not to respond to abusive people

I do not have to do what other people want me to do, if it will hurt me

I matter

I am calm

I am confident

I have the right to feel what it is that I feel

I am

I have the right to be here, the same as anyone else

I have the right to feel safe

I am intelligent

I am strong

I am calm

3 thoughts on “Affirmations for Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, C-PTSD, and Abuse Recovery”

    1. I am glad they are helpful. We have to counter all of the negative thoughts in our heads that are constantly running. The more you say the affirmations to yourself, the more it will counter the negative thoughts. It is a long road of recovery from the things that people did to make us feel worthless. But we can do it !
      Love,
      Annie

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