Do you speak nicely about your family and friends?

Do you speak nicely about your family and friends?

Of course you do, but how do you speak internally about yourself?

This is called self-talk, which is the internal dialogue you tell yourself every day.
Are you speaking positively or negatively?

If it is constantly geared towards the negative, such as:

“I don’t look good in any clothes”
“Nothing goes right for me”
“I feel like a failure”
“What is the point of trying”

If this sounds like you, then it is time to take a deeper look at yourself and the relationship with yourself.

Negative self-talk falls into four categories:

👉 Magnifying. You focus on the negative parts of a situation, ignoring all of the positive.
👉 Polarizing. You see the world only in black and white, or good and bad. There is never anything inbetween.
👉 Personalizing. You constantly blame yourself for everything.
👉 Catastrophizing. You always expect the worst, and you rarely let anyone or anything persuade you otherwise.

Positive self-talk takes practice and takes time and effort.

But it is worth it as the habit begins to take over and it flows into your life, allowing you to attract positive people and new things coming your way.

Catch yourself in the middle of thought or speaking negatively about yourself and change it immediately. Do this for a week and see how much better you feel!

You deserve to love yourself!

Firstly, I am a trained, qualified, and practicing Dr of metaphysical Science, mind/body transformational/ manifesting master life coach, EMDR therapist and master of NLP, timeline therapist, empath and suicidal counsellor. I have over 30 years’ experience in these fields of helping people to divinely connect with and embrace their authentic selves. I guide people to weave the magic of their own inner strength and power into every aspect of their lives, creating a radical shift from within. This shift moves the person away from self-doubt, low self-esteem, sadness, depression, anxiety, stress, fatigue, and panic attacks.