Those Negative Thoughts in Your Head

Those Negative Thoughts in Your Head
Negative self-talk can be a powerful force that can hold us back and prevent us from achieving our goals.

 It can prevent us from trying new things, from feeling confident in our decisions, and even lead to depression and anxiety. It’s important to recognize when we’re engaging in negative self-talk and to understand how to turn those thoughts around in order to create a more positive and productive mindset.

Negative self-talk is simply the act of speaking negatively to yourself or engaging in negative thoughts. It can manifest in phrases like “I can’t do anything right” or “I’m not good enough”. It can also manifest in the form of comparing yourself to others or ruminating on past mistakes.

The effects of negative self-talk can be serious and far-reaching. It can lead to low self-esteem and self-doubt. It can also lead to feelings of depression, anxiety, and even physical ailments such as headaches and stomachaches.

Fortunately, there are strategies you can use to combat negative self-talk and start speaking more positively to yourself. The first step is to recognize when you’re engaging in negative self-talk. When you catch yourself in the act, pause and take a deep breath. Acknowledge that the thought is not helpful and replace it with a more positive one.

Another strategy is to talk to someone you trust about your negative self-talk. Having an outside perspective can help you realize that your thoughts are not necessarily true and can help you reframe them in a more positive light.

Finally, practice self-care. Taking care of your physical and mental health can help you feel better about yourself and foster a more positive outlook.

Negative self-talk can be a powerful force that can hold us back. But by recognizing it, talking to someone about it, and practicing self-care, you can start to create a new mindset of positive self-talk that can help you reach your goals.

I have a free training in my community that you can check out for more helpful tips on the negative self-talk!

Happy reading and learning, 

xo Ms. Sheri

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