The self-affirmation theory posits that people have a fundamental motivation to maintain self-integrity, a perception of themselves as good, virtuous, and able to predict and control important outcomes (Cohen and Sherman, 2006). In short affirmations help us to see the best in our selves and helps us to achieve our goals and provides a certain motivation that keeps us going.
This weeks affirmations are spicy and sweet and is a mix of writers. Here we go:
Actually …I can. – http://www.quotesandsayings.com
I am confident and courageous. I possess the strength and ability to accomplish all my goals and dreams.
Today, I will not stress over things I can’t change.
I am determined. I am fearless. I am disciplined.
Inhale confidence, exhale doubt.
Make today so AWESOME; Yesterday gets jealous
I make things happen!
And 5 daily reminders from amzn.to:
I AM AMAZING
I CAN DO ANYTHING
POSITIVITY IS A CHOICE
I CELEBRATE MY INDIVIDUALITY
I AM PREPARED TO SUCCEED.
Still good stuff to live by and enjoy.
SOURCE: Sherman, D. K., & Cohen, G. L. (2006). The psychology of self-defense: Self-affirmation theory. In M. P. Zanna(Ed.), Advances in experimental social psychology (Vol. 38, pp. 183–242). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.