Self-assurance to improve your life

One way to improve your life and how you think about yourself is by using self-confirmation. Many of us suffer from a poor self-esteem or low self-esteem, often caused by our children. We could talk more about where this feeling comes from, but I'd rather focus on what we can do with them.

Let's start defining what authentication is. It is simply statement that something is true. The purpose of using them is to help us focus on the desired positive output or change the way we think. Here are some tips on how to make your confirmation:

  1. Keep them positive, avoid words like "not", "not", and "never".
  2. Make them short enough to remember without looking at them.
  3. Use words that you connect in an emotional way.

Here are some examples of my favorite confirmation:

  1. Every day, I get better and better every day.
  2. I'm perfectly adequate for all situations.
  3. I release all the criticisms.

Now that we have some recommendations to begin with, let's put some conditions for using them efficiently. They say repetition is the mother to learn, so it's very important to repeat our new sentences as often as possible. For starters, I recommend once a week, just before you go to sleep. Next week, try to tell them once in the morning and again before you fall asleep. After that, you can increase the incidence to 3 or more times a day.

I have some suggestions on how to get the most out of your confirmation:

  • Take a few deep breaths before you start, try to relax as you start.
  • Tell them in front of a mirror while looking at yourself.
  • Talk to feelings, as you really mean what you are saying.
  • Do not beat yourself if you forget or have a meeting.

It may take some time for you to feel good to hear these words out loud, just do the best and make sense that you feel will change over time. You may want to write your confirmations on multiple 3 x 5 cards and hold one in your bed, one in your car, one in a purse or wallet, and even one in the bathroom.

You may find it helpful to set a reminder in your calendar or set your alarm to remind you to tell your new self-esteem on a regular basis. Your life will recover as long as you continue to work on it.


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