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“Words of affirmation are powerful. Words change lives; words and ideas change the world.”
― Bryant McGill
Clues for Writing and Using Affirmations
Examples of Affirmations
What Can Affirmations do for Us?
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Affirmations are authoritative sentences that reflect a positive goal or characteristic. They can be short or long, but the shorter they are, the more likely we are to remember them. A good example is:
"Defeat is a possibility of try, but to quit scars the soul."
Celeste Cooper, Fall Devotions