Distortions are False Beliefs Programmed Every Day by Self and Those Around Us

 


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Distortions are False Beliefs Programmed every Day by Self and Those Around Us which Causes Feelings of Useless, Self-pity, Selfishness, Insecurity, False Moral Standards, and Social Withdrawal.

Using affirmations on a daily basis will program truths about yourself. By changing your false beliefs, you can live a more positive lifestlye and have happiness in your life. Say the affirmations to yourself many times throughout the day. Take a look at the following affirmations and put them into practice immediately.

“I accept full responsibility for the shape my life has taken. " “I need not fear all of my own truth, powers, fantasies, wishes, thoughts, and dreams. " “I acknowlge that reality is not obligated to me; it remains unaffected by my wishes or rights. " “I give without demanding appreciation though I may feel I deserve it. " “Choices and preceptions in my life are flexable, not rigid or absolute. " “I am happy as I do what I love and love what is loving. "

We can be very hard on ourselves in our negative self thoughts and actions. Greater self-appreciation can be ours when daily affirmations are programmed into our thoughts and actions.

For additional affirmations, view online at www.epfamily.org/affirmations.html

SUGGESTIONS FOR SELF-MOTIVATION & SELF AFFIRMATIONS

1). Low sad mood-

All depressions have a daily cycle. Generally, the worst period is morning. If so, try to do things you enjoy or routine tasks that will keep you active during the low period. Remember that depression eventually goes away by itself even if untreated. our mood will change and it will change even quickly with help you are receiving. Take note what events or feelings seem to trigger the low period and seek someone to talk them through. Follow the natural healing laws of nature (www.meetministry.org).

2). Sleep difficulty-

Never remain in bed once you are awake. Going over and over troubles in your mind deepens depression. Start an activity immediately. Also ask your spouce or a friend to company with you. If safe take a walk outside in nature once in mornings and again in evenings.

3). Low energy-

Re-examine your chores. Save some important ones for yourself but assign some to others in the household. Drink your recommended amount of water (8-10 cups) a day.

4). Neglect of personal appearance-

Get dressed immediately on arising from bed. Keep your clothes and personal hygeine clean and refreshing. Buy some new or different clothes, and get involved in physical exercise. These activities all help you feel better about yourself.

5). Feelings of pessimism and self-depreciation-

Remind yourself of things you have aceived in the past. List these and your abilites and assets. A depressed person tends to see everything through dark glasses. These lists of positives will help. Also ask your friends what they think of you. It is bound to be better than you think.

6). Loss of appetite/ desire to loose weight-

If you have a lose of appetite and consider yourself as a good weight for your frame, then pamper yourself with the focus you enjoy. If you are wanting to loose weight, follow the healing laws of nature and make a goal each day.

7). Social withdrawal-

Make an effort to be with people even if you do not feel like it. Join in some group activities like our Prayer Families. You will fell better the next day. Be open and honest with others, inviting them to know you better and you know them better. Fear is usually the reason people withdrawal socially, so find out what that fear is, then ask yourself if it is worth the seperation you are experiencing. You can be content by setting up self-boundaries that will determine how “close" another will be with you.

More suggestions can be found at www.epfamily.org/suggestions.html

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EPF Ministries is a nondenominational Spiritual Prayer group. EPF offers resources, job listings, finacial help, help with addictions, counseling, parental support, and free ebooks. Get the free Effective Prayer Pamphlet to enhance your prayer life. View your daily affirmation. Join the family today.

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