What do you tell your loved ones when they make a mistake?
You did the best you could, or everything will be just fine.
Now, what do you tell yourself when you make a mistake?
Do you give yourself the same level of care and compassion – or are you a little hard on yourself?
It’s so common to be our own worst critics and get stuck in a spiral of negative self-talk.
Learning how to embrace mistakes can change the way we deal with them.
Reflect On The Scenario
Once we have made a mistake, there is nothing we can do to change what happened.
All we can do is alter our mindset at the moment and seek the silver lining.
Every single event that happens to us is part of our story and can teach us something.
Access Our Strengths
You have so much strength within you.
You can do anything you set your mind to!
You have recovered from old mistakes in the past, and you will again.
Acknowledging that you are human and will face challenges again can help you feel more prepared for them!
Practice Positive Affirmations
Setting aside even a few minutes a day to practice positive affirmations can help us feel better about ourselves and help change negative thought patterns into positive ones.
You can say your positive affirmations out loud, write them down, or do a bit of both.
When it comes to affirmations, there are no set in stone rules – however, you will want to ensure that they spotlight you in a positive light.
Here are a few examples that can help you get started:
1) I am confident.
2) I am proud of myself and all of my accomplishments.
3) Today is going to be an amazing day.
4) I am excellent at what I do and am grateful for all of my opportunities.