- I follow my plan and I reach my goals.
- I know how to listen—and I do. I have learned to hear not only the words which are being said, but I also listen to the unspoken thoughts which lie behind them.
- I am always prepared. I take the time to do it right.
- In everything I do, I am prepared, confident, self-assured, and successful.
- I always take care of the details in my work. I enjoy the details of selling and I always tend to them on time and with full attention. I keep myself “up.”
- I know that making good impression means keeping myself up, energetic, and in control.
- I never avoid confronting a problem or making a sales call of any kind. I keep myself working and that keeps me winning.
- I know that success starts with seeing myself as the capable, productive individual that I am.
- I know that greatness begins in the minds of the great.
- I know that what I believe about myself is what I will become—so I believe in the best for myself.
- I am practical and realistic, and I keep my feet on solid ground.
- I also give myself the freedom to live up to my fullest expectations. I never limit myself by the short-sighted beliefs of others—instead I open myself up to the broad horizons of unlimited possibility.
- When someone says I “cannot,” I answer “why not?”
- When someone says “It is impossible,” I answer that nothing is any more impossible than I believe it to be.
- And I truly believe that with my individual fortress of faith, with me, anything is possible.
- I have drive, spirit, stamina, and endurance.
- I have a good strong winning attitude about myself and about everything I do.
- I am practical and realistic, but I also believe in the best possible outcome of any situation.
- If I have ever had any doubts about myself in the past, today is a good day to put them aside.
- It’s a good day to throw out any disbelief that ever held me back.
- I know that I am headed in the right winning direction, and I look forward and never look back.
- I have the ability to focus on one thing at a time, so I concentrate my attention on the job at hand—and I get it done!
- Today is one of those days when nothing can stand in my way.
- When I need extra determination, I’ve got it! When I need more energy and drive, I’ve got it!
- I’ve got the power to get it done and the patience to see it through, no matter what the job or challenge may be.
- Right now, even while I am telling myself these truths about me, I know that I can succeed and I am succeeding.
- At this moment, if I think of any challenge in front of me, I know that I will become even more a winner because of it.
- I keep my chin up, my head held high. I look, act, sound, think, and feel like the winner I am!
- Anytime a problem starts to get me down, I get myself right back up! I tackle problems and I solve them.
- When frustration or defeat threatens me, I just become that much stronger, more positive, better organized, and more determined than ever!
- Right now, today, this very moment, I am capable of giving myself the gift of absolute self-assurance, self-belief, and powerful non-stop confidence in myself.
- No matter what it is that requires the very best of me, I can do it and I know I can.
- Today is a great day. And I’ve got what it takes.
- So I choose to do it right, do it well! I choose to live today with joy and love.
- I know it’s all up to me. One hundred percent!
- Every bit of it. All of it is in how I look at it and what I do about it! That’s what winning is. That’s why I am a winner. I set my sights; I keep my balance. I don’t hesitate. I don’t hold back!
- I know that the world is full of opportunities. Look at what I can do; look at where I can go!
- Look at what I can do just by saying “Yes!” to myself! Just look at what I can do today! I am incredible…and today is a great day to show it!
- I can do anything I believe I can do! I’ve got it, and every day I get more of it.
- I have talent, skills, and ability. I set goals and I reach them. I know what I want out of life.
- I go after it and I get it. People like me, and I feel good about myself.
- I have a sense of pride in who I am, and I believe in myself.
- Nothing seems to stop me. I have a lot of determination. I turn problems into advantages.
- I find possibilities in things that other people never give a chance. I have a lot of energy—I am very alive!
- I enjoy life and I can tell it and so can others. I keep myself up, looking ahead, and liking it.
- I know that I can accomplish anything I choose, and I refuse to let anything negative hold me back or stand in my way.
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This will help you begin to change the way you think, feel and act.
Print this page and put it above your mirror, above your bed, above your desk, anywhere you’ll see it every day.
Make time – actually schedule some time in your planner or diary to do this. It will dramatically improve your mood, attitude, and approach to life, and therefore what you get from life.
Positive suggestion and visualization, combined with deep relaxation, is an easy way to release/reduce stress.
Just going through this relaxation exercise alone will help to change and improve the way you feel. If you combine the relaxation techniques with a repeated script of positive statements, such as the ‘I am’ script below, you will begin change the way you think, and feel, and act, and all that life offers as a result.
The more you use the relaxation exercise and say or hear the script, then the greater and more sustainable will be the effect.
The time it takes to change depends on different people. Stick with it and it will become easier, more natural, more enjoyable, and it will work.
Relaxation, scripts and self-help
The use of scripts while in a deeply relaxed state is an age-old method of gaining and maintaining control over our personal feelings and behaviors.
The use of scripts or strong statements while in a deeply relaxed state enables a ‘conditioning’ effect on our subconscious.
Changing our subconscious – our feelings and beliefs – increases our sense of calm and well-being, and also enables change in our conscious thoughts and behaviors. It’s that simple.
Some people find it easier than others to relax deeply. It comes with practice.
If you find it difficult, allow yourself more time when going through the relaxation exercise. Create or put yourself into a quiet relaxing calm environment. Shut out noise and distractions. Lie down rather than sit.
When relaxing and emptying your mind it is natural for thoughts to arise – in which case simply acknowledge them gently and let them go – visualize them floating away like a balloon into the distance. Your ability to empty your mind and relax, free from thoughts, will improve with practice.
When you practice, you will increase the ease with which you can relax, and then you will find that you no longer need such a quiet environment. You will even find that you can achieve a deeply relaxed state in quite noisy, stressful environments. Even sitting at a desk at school moments before taking an exam.
Deep relaxation alone is good for the mind and body, without the use of scripted statements. Combining deep relaxation with good positive scripts is a powerful method of achieving greater happiness and for making positive personal change.
What I’m advocating here is the use of the same basic methodology – deep relaxation, combined with repeating strong statements – to achieve powerful personal change for the good, in this case, stress reduction.
- Sit or lie down comfortably. Properly comfortably. Straighten your back, put your shoulders back to open your rib-cage.
- Relax your shoulder muscles particularly. Relax your whole body, and empty your mind.
- Close your eyes (obviously open them when you need to read the next stage). Take ten deep, slow breaths. Breathe from the pit of your stomach and feel your lungs filling.
- Focus on your breathing. Feel it getting deeper and slower. Feel yourself relaxing and any tension drifting away.
- Relax your shoulders and neck again.
- Visualize yourself being happy, succeeding, winning, being loved, laughing, feeling good.
- Relax your forehead, your mouth and your eyes.
- Allow a gentle smile to appear on your face as you feel a calmness enter your mind.
- Then say (out load ideally) the words below to yourself: (Here is an example of an “I am” statement, but you can make up your own that reinforces the thoughts that are causing you stress and tension)
I am a good person.
I have integrity.
Whatever life puts before me will be useful experience that will make me stronger, wiser, and more tolerant.
I am capable of handling difficult situations.
I have great motivation. I can do this. (Envision yourself completing the task at hand and doing well)
I am successful. I have been successful before and I will continue to be successful. I deserve to be successful.
I am a hard worker for my achievements.
I am a rightful earner of my accomplishments
I am fair and just.
I am a good person. I am.
There are various approaches to eating disorders treatment. It is important to find an option that is most effective for your needs.
Questions to Ask Your Treatment Provider
Once you have chosen a treatment provider, you may want to consider asking these questions in your first meeting.
Eating Disorders Survival Guide
Eating disorders can lead to significant physiological changes that require medical treatment in addition to psychiatric treatment and the reimbursement system does not allow for a holistic approach. For this reason, patients and families frequently have to fight to get the appropriate and necessary treatment.
Securing Eating Disorders Treatment: Ammunition for Arguments with Third Parties
Unfortunately, some patients and families frequently have to fight to get the appropriate and necessary treatment for eating disorders. Here are some arguments to use when trying to secure treatment from an insurance provider or another third party.
Substance Abuse and Eating Disorders
Research suggests that nearly 50% of individuals with an eating disorder (ED) are also abusing drugs and/or alcohol, a rate 5 times greater than what is seen in the general population according to the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse.
Suggested Medical Tests
A complete medical assessment is important when diagnosing eating disorders. Talk with your doctor about performing specific laboratory tests.
Sharing with EEEase
When you begin to notice that disordered eating habits are affecting your life, your happiness, and your ability to concentrate, it is important that you talk to somebody about what you’re going through.
Treatment of Eating Disorders
The most effective and long-lasting treatment for an eating disorder is some form of psychotherapy or counseling, coupled with careful attention to medical and nutritional needs. Ideally, this treatment should be tailored to the individual and will vary according to both the severity of the disorder and the patient’s individual problems, needs, and strengths.
What Should I Say? Tips for Talking to a Friend Who May Be Struggling with an Eating Disorder
If you are worried about your friend’s eating behaviors or attitudes, it is important to express your concerns in a loving and supportive way. It is also necessary to discuss your worries early on, rather than waiting until your friend has endured many of the damaging physical and emotional effects of eating disorders
Twelve Ideas for Negotiating the Holidays
The Holidays can be a time to spend with loved ones and a time to celebrate. They can also be a time when food and family can provoke anxiety and present triggers. This guide suggests a few ideas that may help you plan ahead and get your supports in place.
Yoga may help you:
◆Be more flexible.
◆Feel more relaxed.
Yoga may help you breathe deeply, relax, and get rid of stress.
Your local fitness center may offer yoga, tai chi, or other mind/body classes. You may want to start with “gentle” classes, like those aimed at seniors.