Open the gates to positive thinking with positive affirmations for anxiety. These are just a few things I’ve found helpful to help me get through some of my hardest of days.
What do positive affirmations have to do with the way we perceive the world and ourselves? A lot of everything.
I was talking with my husband the other day about the perspective of a child versus an adult. One of those interesting perspectives is the playground at the park.
To a young child, that place is WONDEROUS! Full of adventure and fun.
To an adult, it is a little bit different. Depending on the day and the mood of the adult, that place may be a release from tension or anxiety. OR it can be a place where a child could catch a disease or get hurt.
I recently came across this YouTube video from Bollie where they share their perspective of positive affirmations. My migraine held me up in bed all day and I was watching some YouTube videos. I wasn’t feeling that well before I watched it, and by the end, I was feeling better.
I am one of those people who is always on-the-go. Things to do, projects to work on, places to be. And I schedule time in my day to make time for play. One of the favorite games of mine that I have on my phone is Bold Moves.
The short and sweet game with positive quotes and pleasing music makes it fun to play and it includes positive affirmations for anxiety.
Start and end your day with positive affirmations. Make them stated in a PRESENT way as a present to yourself 🎁. Say “I AM” instead of “I WILL.” And that really helps make them more TRUE FOR YOU. After all, beliefs are true for YOU.
I hope you check out the Free Lifestyle Printables and get your own set of positive affirmations from the downloadables.
What are your favorite ways to include positive affirmations for anxiety in your day?