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Did you know our reactions to pain become filed in our brain? When it seems our brain is sputtering, maybe it really is. The information we feed our brain (our filing cabinet) is stored in file folders so it can be recalled...

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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?



  • Keep them short and easy to remember.
  • Keep your favorite affirmations written where you can see them frequently.
  • Personalize them with words such as, I, my, me.
  • Make the positive with words like, will, can, do, smile, thank. forgive.
  • Put motion to them with verbs, create, give, follow, endeavor, try.
  • Commit yourself to one affirmation at a time.



  •                Write or read and affirmation four times a day, EVERY DAY.
  •                Check out #AffirmationMonday  on Twitter @FibroCFSWarrior
  • ​               Also see "Journaling"


​Grab your pen, pencil or keyboard NOW!



  • I have no duty to be perfect.
  • I always have options.
  • I am not my mistakes.
  • This is a learning experience.
  • Let my spirit be filled with the melody of joy.  
  • I embrace detours; they take me to undiscovered places.
  • If I listen closely, I will hear the sweet sound of human interaction. 
  • I am sick, I am sexy, I am sixty-ish; I am a scud missile; don't mess with me.
  • I will choose my words well and create a voice for the benefit of others.







  • They encourage positive thinking.
  • They help us express our gratitude.
  • They present us with purpose.
  • They incite change.
  • They create positive self-awareness.
  • They set examples.
  • They touch our spirituality.
  • They empower us.
  • They connect us to all living things.


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:

I can...  

I try...

I will...

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Writing Affirmatively