Affirmations for Self Doubt
Self-doubt is a lack of one’s self-confidence or abilities.
Affirmations are an easy way to help you overcome your subconscious thinking and create the world you want to see. The stories we tell ourselves about our lives are all created by us. How we feel, what we think, and how we react are all chosen by us.
Speaking aloud or writing affirmations can bring you out of a negative headspace, improve your self-esteem, overcome a bad habit, and reprogram yourself for success.
Feelings of self-doubt can include low self-esteem, trouble giving yourself credit, experiencing imposter syndrome – feeling like you’re never good enough.
Whether it’s a feeling you’ve dealt with for a while (as self-doubt can stem from childhood) or a newfound feeling due to a new goal or life change – I hope these affirmations for self-doubt bring you comfort.
Choose one, or more, of these affirmations to say to yourself every morning or when you feel yourself closing in on negative thoughts related to self-doubt.
affirmations to help with self-doubt
〰️ I am worthy of my dreams
〰️ I have the power to do anything I put my mind to
〰️ I believe that good things are possible for me
〰️ I have the strength to face any challenges ahead
〰️ My future holds endless possibilities – all of which I am thankful to unfold
If self-doubt is something you experience every day, try writing these affirmations somewhere where you will see them daily – like on your fridge or bathroom mirror.
I believe you are capable, worthy of your dreams, and can face any challenge ahead! And you should believe in yourself too!
Comment which affirmation helps you the most!
*Disclaimer: I am not a licensed therapist. These affirmations are my own practice. If you need additional help, please contact your doctor.
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