Good Morning: Trust Yourself

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Good morning!

It isn’t that uncommon anymore for people to have problems trusting one another. As we move through childhood and our hectic lives, many of us have had our trust betrayed one too many times. While the fact that many of us have a hard time trusting is sad, it becomes even sadder when we stop trusting ourselves. When life experiences sway us to stop listening to that inner voice that knows where we need to go, we have stepped past the betrayals others have done to us and betrayed ourselves.

Your Turn: When was the last time you listened to what YOU had to say? Find some quiet time today. If the idea makes you uncomfortable, it is all the more important that you do it. Start with just a few minutes and try to work up to 10. Don’t worry about what you are focusing on or thinking about, just concentrate on listening.

Excluding God, no one knows you better–your wants, your
needs–than you do. Give yourself the space needed for your heart to tell your mind the answers during life’s tough moments.

Your Affirmation: I listen to myself. I respect myself. I trust myself.

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Good Morning: Trust Yourself — 1 Comment

  1. The worst lies are the ones we subconsciously tell ourselves. They’ve been ingrained in our minds by bad external influences and negative thinking. So the next time you decide to unclutter your life and clean up your space, start with your intellectual space by clearing out the old lies and negative self-talk you often recite to yourself.

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