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onlinecounsellingcollege·11 hours agoQuote

Note to me…

I am the one who talks to me in my darkest moments. I’m the only one who really knows my deepest fears and pains, and the inner turmoil I have suffered. I’m the one with the power to put myself down or build myself up with my inner self talk. Other people can support, hold, love, encourage, guide and teach me but I am still the most important person who can make the choice to always love and be there for me - and I will.

I’ll be there for me.

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onlinecounsellingcollege·15 hours agoText

1. If you had all the money in the world, how would you choose to spend your life?

2. What makes, and when do, you lose yourself … and later realise that you’d lost all track of time?

3. What lifts your spirits on grey and dreary day?

4. When you are old, and look back on your life, what sorts of things will matter most to you?

5. What are three things that you hope to achieve?

6. What kind of person do you want to be?

7. Who is your role model for a well-lived life?

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1. Try to give it form and to put it into words. Don’t allow it to be shapeless as that’s harder to resolve.

2. Agree that you will look at it and not ignore the pain - as any unexpressed emotions lead to problems later on.

3. Avoid triggers and memories that take you back in time, and open up old wounds, so you experience pain again.

4. Ground yourself in the present and who you are today – and remember you have strengths, and good people in your life.

5. Don’t allow the hurt and pain to take control of who you are, or limit what you’ll do, or the goals you set yourself.

6. Spend as much time as you can with those who care and treat you well – with those who see your worth, and truly love and value you.

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onlinecounsellingcollege·2 days agoText

1. Remind yourself that you are not who other people think or say you are.

2. Remind yourself that everybody makes mistakes at times, has areas of weakness, and things they want to change.

3. Remind yourself of ways in which you’ve grown and changed with time. You’re not who you once were - so celebrate how far you’ve come.

4. Also, the ending isn’t written and the future isn’t fixed. You’re free to change your image, and an old identity.

5. Identify the lies you have believed about yourself – and work on changing them so they’re more accurate and true. Also, don’t reinforce those lies by acting like you think they’re true.

6. Remember that your feelings are not the same as facts. Don’t live based on your feelings … as that will keep you trapped.

7. Hang out with those who see, and who appreciate, your worth. And take their words to heart, and let them help to build you up.

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onlinecounsellingcollege·3 days agoText

1. They’re not easily offended, and don’t take things personally.

2. They’re accepting, non-judgmental and always want the best for you.

3. They respect others’ perspectives, needs and boundaries.

4. They listen well to others, and try to see their point of view.

5. They’re kind and understanding, warm, respectful and accepting.

6. They’re trustworthy and loyal, and they think the best of you.

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