This post Increase your self-esteem by responding to the inner critic continues with how you can increase your self-esteem.
You can do this by being careful with how you talk to yourself.
This is important for mental health and a healthy self-esteem but more difficult than it seems.
The latest post gave you the opportunity to practice what you would respond to typical destructive internal comments.
Below are my suggestions:
“So stupid of me …” Answer: “I’m not stupid – I’ve done my best and we are several who share the responsibility”
“Can’t you do anything right …” Answer: “I’m doing a lot right, this just didn’t go as expected and I plan to learn from that”
“Are you stupid …” Reply: “I’m wise – everything can’t be predicted”
“Idiot …” Reply: “I’ll talk respectfully to myself. I have good intentions ”
“Ugly…” Reply: “I’m fine as I am”
“Fatty…” Reply: “I have a healthy normal figure and a body that works well. I will speak respectfully to myself ”
More on how you can increase your self-esteem in the next post. See also the free blog or the course How to develop self-esteem and boost your confidence at https://jennyrappbefree.com
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